It’s been a long time coming, but we’re glad it’s here. Oracle just announced the arrival of Java 8 – a long-anticipated update which includes the addition of lambda expressions and support for functional programming. Here’s a look at some of the new features and why they are important to engineering at MuleSoft.
Lambda expressions bring functional programming to the Java language.
Here at MuleSoft, we’ve had a lot of exciting things going on lately. With our new lean startup mountain climbing principles, MuleSoft summits wrapping up and the launch of RAML tooling, we’ve been pretty busy; not to mention we’ve been hiring talent like crazy!
We thought it might be a good idea to give our community an idea of what goes on internally – what we’re up to,
Since Mule is built on Java and Spring, it has native integration capabilities to invoke Java and Spring components. In this tutorial, we shall learn how to pass request received from HTTP endpoint on to Java component and receive response.
Please complete Hello World lesson from last week before proceeding further.
Tired of complex and expensive SOA stacks for SAP integration? Seeking a lightweight, agile alternative?
MuleSoft has released it SAP-certified connector for the worlds leading open source ESB. Mariano Capurro, Technical Engineering Manager, MuleSoft will be discussing common SAP integration use cases, digging int the fundamental SAP building blocks (such IDocs, BAPIs and JCo) and SAP integration alternatives during this upcoming webinar.
Why are GUI integration tests needed? On which testing tool technology should I base my tests? What are the cost/benefit of the choosing one over the other? In this brief article we will give you a quick look at the answers to those questions.
True to our goal of simplifying the configuration of Mule, we will be adding the capacity to programmatically configure Mule 3 in the coming releases.
With configuration patterns aiming at reducing the amount of XML configuration and a new IDE in the works for graphically configuring Mule, the third angle we wanted to take on simplification was the creation of an API fluent enough that it becomes possible to configure Mule with your favorite JVM language.
Ever now and then you find a new piece of software or feature, which ends up changing the way you work, saving you time and just overall making things easier for you and your organization. We think that the RESTx project with its new 0.9.2 release gains such a feature. We call it “specialized components”. What is that, why is it useful and how will it make things easier for you? In a moment I will use an example for illustration,
Today we are happy to announce the release of version 0.9.2 of RESTx – the fastest and simplest way to create RESTful web services.
Besides the usual, numerous small improvements and fixes there are also a number of exciting major new features and capabilities: