Going beyond the simple ‘getting started’ Kafka consumer messaging in Mulesoft.
Install and configure the DataWeave Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Create mappings and transforms outside of studio.
Using the command line we create a chain of services to filter, map and transform data.
A TornadoFx gui for wrapper around the mule secure properties configuration.
In this post we discuss how you can keep your Mule 4 properties secure from prying eyes. Strong security will better protect your assets.
There’s several ways of propagating properties in Mule deployments based on the environment Mule is running in. Typically we find our projects having at least a Dev, Text and Prod environment, sometimes you may have more like Stage, Perf and others. The property approach follows the same pattern no matter how many differing environments you […]
Bootstrapping component technologies into Mule can be accomplished using Spring beans. In the example below we demonstrates how to pull in Mule flows from a common component and changing the behavior of database caching to utilize C3P0. The import-resource XML stanza looks on the classpath for a resource named common-flows.xml. In our case, the common […]
Micro service API’s need a way of providing liveness events to Clients and Gateway applications. Application frameworks such as Spring Boot provide mechanisms for enabling Health Check implementation automatically through the Actuator. In Mulesoft a simple mechanism like the one below can be added to a common layer and reused in your API’s. The Health […]