Using your Java code in Mule4

In this post, we take a look at different methods of integrating your Java code in the latest version of Mule.

RESTful API connectivity with Salesforce cloud

For customers to increase the value from their Salesforce adoption they often need to connect to information sources throughout their enterprise, across public and private clouds, as well as access legacy system data.

Accelerate Your Digital Journey with Mule 4 and C4E

MuleSoft has recently announced a crowd release of Mule 4.0 - the latest iteration of the Mule runtime engine. Mule 4 innovatively delivers a vastly more powerful all-purpose engine for building application networks, while retaining everything users of Mule 3 loved - its lightweight, runtime, and extensibility.

Centre for Enablement (C4E) - a new operating model (video)

Video interview with Kevin Jervis - Senior Solutions Architect

Ricston Blog – is a great resource, where Ricston consultants share knowledge around Mule, MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform, Java and open source technologies.

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Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

After the big success of the first part of using Java in Mule, finally, the second volume is ready, using Java in Mule4. In this post, we take a look at different methods of integrating your Java code in the latest version of Mule. The main difference to notice is that MEL is gone. In Mule3, it was a normal approach to call a Java method by providing a MEL ...read more »

Thursday, November 22nd, 2018

Dataweave allows programmers to use the operations groupBy, orderBy and distinctBy when defining their scripts. groupBy is often used with some function to group objects by certain keys. orderBy is often used with some function to order objects by certain keys. distinctBy is often used with the anonymous parameter $ to eliminate duplicate objects. In this blog post we shall focus on how these functions behave when they are given ...read more »

Monday, October 29th, 2018

Introduction Dataweave allows programmers to use the reduce operation in their scripts. In fact there are two different kinds of reduce operation, depending on whether the accumulator of the operation is initialised or is left uninitialised. This operation can also be challenging to use unless one first masters its subtleties. In this blog post we shall: Explain how reduce with an initialised accumulator and an uninitialised accumulator works What results ...read more »

Thursday, October 25th, 2018

This blog post outlines how to use Dataweave to easily mock database connectors in MUnit, enabling test driven development for database based system APIs. Test driven development (TDD) is a development approach whereby tests for an application are defined and written before any code has been implemented, requiring the developer to thoroughly think through the expected behaviour beforehand and therefore reducing rework. In order to write tests for database system ...read more »

Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

readUrl is a very useful function which has only recently been documented. It allows you to reuse DataWeave functions and scripts within one application, across applications and even across deployments. Furthermore, it allows you to read any DataWeave supported file type, be it for example JSON, XML or CSV. In this blog, I describe three use cases where readUrl can be used in DataWeave to create elegant solutions for common ...read more »

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