In the last article I have described my attempts with writing Mule apps in IntelliJ for Kernel edition. With no luck. Here I will focus on writing a simple application in environment that we should know pretty well … Anypoint Studio. After that I will deploy this application on Kernel application server to test how it works. If you are interested with basic information’s about Mule Kernel 4 look at this article where I have revealed some basic news.
ceived lately a lot of questions regarding Community Edition of Mule ESB in version 4. Therefore I have decided to write a couple of articles about this . First of all MuleSoft has rebranded community version into the Mule 4 Kernel. In this article I had in mind to show, how to write a simple application using IntelliJ IDEA community IDE. However this is impossible yet. You will see only how to setup Kernel runtime and what is going on with IntelliJ plugin for newest Mule Runtime. In the next article I will use Anypoint Studio instead.
In this article I would like to write a little about new Mule Kernel 4. As I have stated it earlier this is rebranded Mule 4 CE. In this article you will see what capabilities we have in this release. Some of them we will investigate later on in forthcoming articles.
ve decided to write a short summary for our very first MuleSoft Meetup in Poland. The meeting took place in PwC Poland at 24th October. It gathered super cool muleys that are eager to learn new things and network. We talked about new features that Mule 4 introduced. After that was demo of how to use security placeholders in Anypoint Studio 7.
I am proud to announce that I have become a new MuleSoft Meetup Group Leader. This is very important to me as I am also the first one in my homeland, that is Poland. Soon I am going to organize
In previous article I have described how to create a custom domain project. This time we will try to consume that. In other words we will attach Mule application to our previously defined domain.
Recently I have finished reading Enterprise Integration Patterns by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf. This book presents in a structured way a lot of design patterns for message oriented integration solutions. It is also recommended reading made by MuleSoft on their Solution Design training.
In the previous article I have described how to share common functionality encapsulated in flows and subflows. This time I will focus on common configuration that should be shared among our applications. Mule has offered domain application that can solve
I found it crucial to be able to share some logic, encapsulated within (private) flow or subflow. In Mule ESB we have a couple of ways to handle that scenario. I will focus on custom maven project. You will see
It is always desirable to reuse as much code as possible. We can do the same regarding to DataWeave transformations and custom functions. In this article I will describe how to reuse code in newest DataWeave using modules. For those of you, working with DataWeave 1.0, I will describe how to reuse code with readUrl function.