Here at MuleSoft, we talk a lot about how API-led connectivity can speed up your development cycles, and I’m here to guide you through how to do it. The API-led approach is a natural evolution from developing libraries, writing digestible markdown files, and sharing them on GitHub.
In order to connect assets to audiences with speed and scale, you need a powerful data transformation tool. That tool should be able to integrate in real time using APIs, do batch tasks such as data ingestion or synchronization and handle a variety of data sources – from JSON to EDI to XML.
Our solution is called DataWeave. It’s a simple, powerful way to query and transform all types of data.
Sometimes pre-built connectors can solve your integration challenges; other times you might need a connector with a specific functionality or you might want to connect to a system without an available pre-built connector. In these cases, building your own connector may be the better route to take.
While getting started on building a connector from scratch can seem daunting at first,
To liven up the 2nd floor of the MuleSoft SF office, we decided to showcase a slightly modified version of the IoT demo we gave in last year’s Chicago and New York MuleSoft Summits. The demo we have listens for any mentions of @mulesoft on Twitter. If found, a Mule app running on a Raspberry Pi makes the lights glow.
In a recent MuleSoft webinar, Top 5 Steps to Drive Your Digital Transformation Initiative, Ray Wang, Principal Analyst & CEO at Constellation, stated “A digital divide exists between the organizations who have built digital business models and everyone else”. These digital business models are often fluid, meaning IT must adapt quickly to meet changing business demands. For 63% of senior executives running digital transformation initiatives, however,
Mule Studio makes it easy for developers to build hybrid integration applications. In our latest webinar, I’ll walk you through a demo on how to build a complete integration scenario and deploy it on a local machine on-premises, as well as to CloudHub. And what’s the point of building a hybrid integration application if you can’t manage it? I’ll then demonstrate the runtime management and monitoring capabilities available on the Anypoint Platform.
Tcat Server remains the most intuitive and easy to use product for enterprise Tomcat users. In the most recent release, we made Tcat Server even easier to try. Since we launched the product several months ago, downloads for Tcat Server have been increasing exponentially, but we wanted to find a way to reach yet more users that will benefit from using Tcat Server.
I just finished an iBeans screen cast that provides an overview of iBeans and provides a detailed tour of one of the examples that ships with the latest distribution. The example demonstrates how to schedule a task and perform bi-directional AJAX communication with the browser to plot geo-coordinates onto a map. This is the first in a series of screen casts for iBeans, the next one will demonstrate how to create an iBeans project in Eclipse.
Finally, a way to develop and deploy Tomcat applications with ease! Are you developing applications on Apache Tomcat, or are you a Tomcat administrator? Have you been looking for ways to reduce tedious manual work as you deploy and manage your Tomcat applications, or are you seeking better visibility into your application’s performance metrics and faster resolution of problems?
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting any application, data source or API, whether in the cloud or on-premises. With Anypoint Platform®, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience built on proven open source technology, eliminating the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Anypoint Platform includes CloudHub™ iPaaS, Mule ESB™, and a unified solution for API management™, design and publishing.