This post was written by one of the stars in our developer community, Ashish Goyal.
ServiceNow is a cloud computing platform that helps enterprises to move faster. With ServiceNow, enterprises can replace unstructured work patterns from the past with intelligent workflows in the future. Businesses get thousands of requests from customers, IT incidents, and HR cases on a day-to-day basis. They move on their own paths,
MuleSoft’s DataWeave, which is now the main expression language in Mule 4 beta, is a powerful technology that can efficiently transform complex structured data between popular data formats, including JSON, XML, CSV, and Java objects. I’m a courseware developer and trainer at MuleSoft, and I’ve been spending a lot of time learning about DataWeave recently.
I previously posted the below blog on how to reuse DataWeave code in a Mule flow using the readUrl() function.
Today you’ll meet the newest member of our Training Talks series, Mark Nguyen. Mark joined the training team in November of 2016 as a Curriculum Developer, and will be a familiar face from now on! And yes, we have Mark’s fun fact too…are you ready?
Mark was part of the original team that launched Taco Bell’s Doritos Locos Tacos and, from what I heard, if you mention his name when ordering one, you’ll get an extra taco for free.
Our favorite drummer/instructor is back with a new edition of Training Talks! In this demo, Ethan will show you how to copy over global configuration elements from a Mule application into a Mule domain project, including copying over the namespace and the schema location definitions for those global configuration elements, including the HTTP and VM queue connector.
I’m very happy to announce the beta version of Studio 7, which not only offers support for the Mule 4 Beta runtime, but also improves the overall user experience for Studio users.
In this blog post, I will walk you through some of the biggest UX improvements and architectural changes that will transform your user experience:
As a quick summary, Studio 7 will offer:
This article was written by guest author Michal Kalita and first appeared on Profiq
I have developed two solutions for users to get informed on source code changes on GitHub, when they are sharing code with other developers. I described the first solution in a previous article. This article describes the second solution. You are welcome to try both approaches, and then decide which works best for you.
If you share your code on GitHub with other developers, you may want to be notified about commits. GitHub has a built in feature to provide notifications or send an e-mail about these commits. I wanted to see, if I could leverage MuleSoft to introduce notifications through alternative channels, particularly through Twitter.
I implemented two solutions. Each has some pros and cons. You need to decide, which one works better for you. The description of the first one comes in this post.
In this week’s Training Talks we’re going to talk about domains. But first, we have another fun fact from our next instructor, Ethan Port. Back in the 80’s (not that long ago), Ethan played the guitar and drums in a rock band that is still very popular today in Greece. Did I mention the drums were flaming?
Now back to domains. So what is a domain? A domain is a special type of project that you can create in Anypoint Studio which has shared resources like an HTTP connection or JMS connection,
Studio’s Visual Debugger allows you to run your application in Debug mode, stopping execution to check the contents of a message at previously-specified building blocks.
To do this, you set a breakpoint at any building block in your flow that you wish to check or test. When you run your application in Debug mode, the application stops immediately after executing the building block with the breakpoint. Using the Mule Debugger View, you can browse through the contents of the message as it exists at that point in the flow,