This is a sequel to my previous blog post about JSON logging for Mule 3. In this blogpost, I’ll touch upon the re-architected version of the JSON logger for our awesome Mule 4 release while leveraging the (just as awesome) SDK!
A few days ago, we proudly announced the GA release of Mule 4 and Studio 7, a major evolution of the core runtime behind Anypoint Platform. Mule 4 enhances application development velocity with up to 50% fewer steps and concepts to learn, including a simplified language for connectivity, clear access to data, automatic tuning, and smoother upgrade processes.
Providing SDKs is the shortest path for developers to get started with your API.
Can MuleSoft connect ________ (insert name of any system) to ________? Regardless of how you’ve filled in the blanks, anyone from MuleSoft will answer with an enthusiastic, ‘Yes, we can!’
To enable this universal connectivity, along with increasing the breadth and the quality of our out-of-the-box connectors, we are continuing to invest in expanding the usability and feature set of our connectivity tooling, including our: HTTP Connector,