I am excited for Mule community members David Dossot and John D’Emic, that their book Mule in Action has been recently released by Manning Publications.
This book provides the first thorough coverage of all aspects of Mule. It provides examples for everything you will need to do with Mule, from creating and consuming services to working with various technologies such as JMS, Web Services, and FTP. Importantly, it covers how to test,
We’ve negotiated discounts for our blog readers and community members to get 35% off on Mule in Action by David Dossot and John D’Emic or Open Source ESBs in Action by Jos Dirksen and Tijs Rademakers. A few weeks ago, Andrew Perepelytsya blogged about these books, which you can now purchase on the Manning website. To take advantage of the discount, enter “msource35” during checkout.
It’s great times for the Mule Community with more and more Mule texts coming out. Today we’d like to highlight the just-released DZone Mule Refcard (free registration). It’s a great and concise PDF reference on Mule, and it’s coming from Jos Dirksen himself, the co-author of Open-Source ESBs in Action.
Don’t miss out on the Mule 2: A Developer’s Guide by our long-time friends Peter Delia and Antoine Borg.