Request-Reply trick! async to sync process

In this article we show how to use the request-reply component to collect data from an asynchronous reply.

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

Video interview with Kevin Jervis - Senior Solutions Architect

Mule 4

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Tested Changes from DataWeave 1.0 to DataWeave 2.0

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 errors’ after each feature in bold and contained in [square brackets]. The following is our categorisation of the various changes from DataWeave 1.0 to 2.0: Important new features, which allow us to make things which could only be done indirectly with DataWeave 1.0 or weren’t even possible. Other new features, not as groundbreaking as the features in 1, though they are good to know about. Behavioural Changes, where the behaviour of certain functions have changed. Major Syntax Changes Minor Syntax [...]

API - a small step towards a big change

As originally published in Sunday Times of Malta, on 23.09.2017   A rating of the most popular API’s was recently published by Programmable web*, and you probably have heard about the ones that make it into the top 15 – Facebook API’s, Google API’s, Amazon or FedEx API’s – but there are many more. Today, nearly every company that has an IT budget is thinking about an API strategy and experts are discussing the API economy on a larger scale. What is an API and why does it matter? An API or Application Programming Interface, in simple terms, is a computer program that defines a set of functions for accessing the features or data of an application, operation system or service. Companies typically use API’s to provide third-parties with a defined and governed accesses to their IT systems functionalities to share and exchange information, without actually “tapping” into their internal [...]

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Friday, August 18th, 2017

Equipped with a short video, Ricston are proud to demonstrate how our Continuous Delivery framework is helping customers to accelerate test and release cycles using Behaviour Driven Development, automated Integration Testing and Containerised Infrastructure.   As the advent of seamless connectivity approaches, organisations are faced with an ever increasing pace of change and ever more disruptive technology choices. MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform is uniquely placed to build an application network, but ...read more »

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

Those who can adapt and embrace change will define the generation. The race against time and competition was never so tight. Speed becomes one of the main priorities and competitive advantages for modern businesses. It’s all about how fast a company can innovate, launch new products and services, open new markets and react to ever-changing consumer demands. In this race, IT departments are the ones that come under dual pressure. ...read more »

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

During a recent task, I needed to connect RabbitMQ to Mule so that I could send and receive messages from Mule to RabbitMQ and vice versa. RabbitMQ is a message broker software that implements Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP), and hence this connector was used in Mule to perform the necessary operations. First we need to install the RabbitMQ Server. Follow the instructions here to install and setup the RabbitMQ ...read more »

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

MuleSoft offers a number of connectors that can be configured and used as inbound endpoints for a flow. Each inbound endpoint is a message source which receives data and triggers the execution of a flow. A common scenario is to perform similar point to point integrations for a number of inbound endpoints where most of the processing logic is common for all messages. Each message source could be one of ...read more »

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

Scope Reading files is one of the most common operations in any application. While Mule provides a ready and easy to use connector for reading/writing archives in the disk (File Connector), this connector is not suitable for loading the content of a file in the middle of a flow. To achieve this goal we need to use the mule-module-requester. This module allows the request of different resources at any point ...read more »

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