Using security features in Mule 4

This blog post showcases the use of a number of Mule 4 security features via a simple client-server case study.

Migrating a MuleSoft Connector from Mule 3 to Mule 4

In this article, we will explain (step-by-step) how to migrate a MuleSoft connector from Mule 3 to Mule 4 using the Devkit Migration Tool (DMT).

Using your Java code in Mule 4

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

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Thursday, February 20th, 2020
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1. Introduction The aim of this blog post is to showcase the use of a number of Mule 4 security features via a simple client-server case study. All the source code of this case study is freely available on this GitHub repository. The case study makes use of features from the following three Mule 4 modules: The Cryptography Module, which provides cryptography operations such as encryption and message signing. The ...read more »

Thursday, July 4th, 2019
Migrating from Mule 3 to Mule 4

In this article: We will explain (step-by-step) how to migrate a MuleSoft connector from Mule 3 to Mule 4 using the Devkit Migration Tool (DMT). Give an overview of the resulting Mule 4 connector project structure, DataSense and error handling. Share some useful migration tips and resources to help complete the migration of the connector. Introduction Mulesoft released the first stable version of Mule 4 (v4.1) in January 2018[1]. Amongst ...read more »

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 Mule 4. 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 Mule 3, it was a normal approach to call a Java method by providing ...read more »

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

Mule 4 Mule 4.0 is the latest iteration of the Mule runtime engine. Since the release in 2010, Mule 3 earned a global reputation across every major industry for its simplicity and small footprint. In planning for the fourth iteration of Mule, MuleSoft went back to the basics that guided the success of its predecessor, to answer 4 key questions: How do we make Mule even easier to use? How ...read more »

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

This article lists all of the documented changes from Dataweave 1.0 to Dataweave 2.0. We have tested these changes using Anypoint Studio 7.0 Beta. At the time of writing it appears that some changes have yet to be implemented or have not been documented correctly. We have to consider that Studio 7.0 is still in Beta and make allowances accordingly. You will find notes regarding these ‘unimplemented changes’ and ‘documentation ...read more »

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