Integration best practices: pioneer digital transformation with community

January 23 2019

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To understand the value of community and evangelism to your organization, it’s important to imagine one without it.

17 MuleSoft Community Meetups to kick off 2019

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More than 120 MuleSoft Community Meetups were held across 30 countries and garnered more than 5,000 attendees in 2018. 2019 already hits the ground sprinting with 17 events scheduled so far in January and February!

Meet the top MuleSoft community contributors (Apr ’18)

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In this new edition of our monthly blog, we continue to highlight great contributions from MuleSoft Developers who share great knowledge and give back to the community in special ways.

Meet a MuleSoft Community Star: Anupam Gogoi, Integration Engineer at Avenue Code

October 17 2017

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At MuleSoft, we are fortunate to have a community of developers that answer questions about Mule, share best practices, and organize meetups. Their knowledge and effort make building solutions with MuleSoft simpler and more rewarding.

Announcing our brand new documentation platform and developer forums

We are very happy today to unveil today not one, but two major updates across the MuleSoft developer experience: 1.) our brand new documentation platform, and 2.) a totally revamped developer forum.

A brand new doc platform

You can have the greatest technology in the world, but it means nothing if you don’t have fast, intuitive, and eminently searchable documentation by its side. When you couple those two things together,

Become an Integration Hero

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MuleSoft got its start years ago with a great open source project, Mule ESB.

Today we continue to be big believers of open development and that’s why every single line of the community edition source code is publicly available on GitHub.

We leverage many open source technologies everywhere within Anypoint Platform, from the core integration engine, Mule ESB;

Building Mule Apps With Gradle

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Gradle is gaining more and more popularity as a build system. It combines the power of scripting with the simplicity of conventions. Declarative builds are very straightforward, where customizations do not end up in tons of messy configurations.

Currently, Mule has two ways of building projects:

  • Apps can be built through Mule Studio, which is simple by nature but not very friendly with continuous integration,

Explore the graph with Mule and Neo4j

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Mule has a very extensive support for NoSQL data stores, which covers pretty much the whole spectrum of what’s available out there, from key/value stores to document-oriented databases. The only piece that was missing in the puzzle was connectivity to a graph database: with the introduction of the Neo4j connector, the gap is now closed.

Popularized by the advent of social media, the need for efficiently storing,