Mulesoft, probably the biggest player in integration arena today! The organization that focus a lot on agility and continuous product development also is very keen on increasing and enhancing the developer community. One big effort for the same is the “Mulesoft Champions Program“. I still remember how it all started for me. One fine day, […]Read more "Experience with Mulesoft Champions Program"
Deploying a webapp with Maven support and having Mule support for flows and connectors is a tedious task and very painful indeed. We still remember the time when we were very new to Mule and our project demanded us to have this kind of architecture. Then began a never ending, painful search to get the […]Read more "#7. Mavenized Mule Webapp on Tomcat"
“Logs are like car insurance. Nobody wants to pay for it, but when something goes wrong everyone wants the best available” – Pablo Kraan Hilarious, but true! Logging is an essential part of any application development. It includes logging various type of messages such as error messages, status notifications, exceptions, etc. In Mule, a logger can […]Read more "#6. Mule Logger Component"
Every now and then, some properties are needed that add extra information like flags, custom values, etc to the Mule Message. These can have different scopes, which we’ll be covering towards the end of this post, and in Mule lingua franca are called “Variable Transformer” or simply “Variable“. Usage – To set or remove a variable in the […]Read more "#5. Mule Variable Transformer"
Development on Mule can be done both via – Installing Anypoint/Mule plugins in Eclipse IDE, or by Downloading the company’s signature product Anypoint Studio We’re not going to focus on how to install that, rather we’ll look into what all is bundled into the latest Anypoint Studio distribution. The one we’re using is a March 2015 […]Read more "#4. What all does Mule come bundled with?"
Knowing how to create a Mule flow and setting up various components/connectors can easily be read and implemented by the already available official MuleSoft documentation, various blogs, publications and of course, every developer’s elixir “The Mighty StackOverflow“. But, they do not explain what exactly happens at the core and whatever you put in the configuration XML, […]Read more "#3. What really to expect from this blog?"
Mule is a great tool when it comes to Enterprise Integrations, it is flexible, robust and has a large library of connectors for the most popular systems out there. Consider a situation, you saying to your mother, “Hey Mom, I’m working with Mule these days at my office and I can see a lot of […]Read more "#2. Unraveling the mystery behind name “Mule”"