Installing Mule Studio 3.4 via Update Site or Eclipse Marketplace

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Eclipse users have always felt at home in Mule Studio, but users have often asked for Studio to “play well with others” — specifically, that it support plugin-style installation into existing Eclipse environments they already use every day.

With Mule Studio 3.4, we have delivered this wish list item. Specifically, users of Eclipse 3.8 can now install Mule Studio as plugins into their existing environments.

The old-fashioned way to do this is via the Eclipse Update Manager,

Hot Deploy from Mule IDE

September 23 2010

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The Mule IDE does not natively support Mule 3’s new application structure yet, but not to worry, with the new 2.1 release of the Mule IDE you can still keep it hot when working in the IDE. Just follow a few simple steps and your apps will be doing the tango with Mule 3 while you code away in Eclipse.

Mule IDE 2.0.1 released

November 19 2009

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We have just released version 2.0.1 of Mule IDE. This release provides an important bug fix (the new configuration wizard no longer overwrites existing files without prior notice). It also provides support for the new Mule Data Integrator, which is about to be released.

Mule IDE 2.0 Released

October 27 2009

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MuleSoft is proud to announce that Mule IDE 2.0 has been released.

Mule IDE 2.0 is a development and testing environment based on Eclipse. It supports the following features:

Browsing the Source Code with the Mule IDE

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If you’re working with the Mule IDE, the Mule source code is automatically attached to the Mule JARs. This allows you to browse and step into the source code while you’re developing Mule applications. The Mule IDE looks for files with the naming convention mule-*-src.zip in $MULE_HOME/src and automatically attaches them to the Mule JARs.

If you’re evaluating Mule Enterprise, the source code is not included with the Mule download.

Mule IntelliJ Tips

January 21 2009

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As some may know, we have been working on our open source Mule IDE based on Eclipse. However, with the schema-based configuration in Mule, IntelliJ IDEA users get some great features to help them build mule applications quicker too.

Mule IDE “Christmas” snapshot release

December 23 2008

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I was able to squash some bugs on the IDE since the last snapshot release.

The first bug was related to creating new projects with a non-default Mule distribution. If you have more than one Mule distribution registered in our Mule IDE preferences, you can choose the runtime to use when creating a new project and the project will refer to the proper jars.

Preview release of Mule IDE

December 4 2008

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A bit of history
We created Mule IDE to ease the work when developing with Mule. Along with the work on Mule 2.0 we started work on an updated version of the IDE that would allow you to graphically design Mule configurations. This turned out to be by far more work than initially expected so we decided to rescope the work. Right now we focus on the little helpers that make developing with Mule easy and cut out the graphical editor for now.