Tech

How to sync Breathe HR and Tempo using MuleSoft Composer

By Olga Kepa, MuleSoft Developer on Jan 30, 2023

In this blog, I will describe the API-based integration between Breathe HR and Tempo with MuleSoft Composer. Breathe HR is a cloud-based HR software, and Tempo is a time-planning and logging app integrated with our Jira.

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Business

Reimagining social housing with smart technology

By Infomentum on Jan 19, 2023

Overview of Smart Sensors

IoT-powered smart sensors are revolutionising how local councils and housing associations monitor their managed properties. The wide range of data, including temperature, pressure, humidity, light and motion, is sent to devices like smartphones, tablets and back-end servers, providing real-time measurements, analysis and visualisation. Glasgow City Council, Stirling Council, Leeds City Council and Riverside Group have all jumped on the IoT bandwagon, recognising the potential for improved health and safety compliance, better services for residents and cost savings on proactive maintenance and repairs.

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Automating Certificate Management on CloudHub 2.0

By Guilherme Pereira, Senior Integration Consultant on Jan 16, 2023

Exposing APIs to our customers and consumers using a vanity domain, like *.acme-apis.com instead of the default domain *.cloudhub.io, is now easier in CloudHub 2.0.

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Order cupcakes using MuleSoft Automation (part 2)

By Mayara Silva, RPA Associate on Jan 3, 2023

Today we'll complete the automation of our internal celebration process. In the previous blog, we explained how to invoke a bot from the MuleSoft Composer to discover the next upcoming birthday or work anniversary. It is time to create a robot responsible for ordering cupcakes from Lola's website to mark the special occasion.

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Order cupcakes using MuleSoft Composer and Bots (part1)

By Olga Kepa, MuleSoft Developer on Dec 1, 2022

In the previous blog, Birthday wishes from MuleSoft Composer, we explained how to use Composer and its connectors to configure and set up simple process automation. We automated repetitive tasks of tracking and sending birthday and work anniversary wishes to our employees. Today we utilise MuleSoft further to deliver end-to-end automation of the complete process. In addition to messages, we will build Bots to order and post delicious Lola's cupcakes for our special occasions.

Topics: MuleSoft Tech RPA
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Share microservices design patterns

By Prashant Harbola on Nov 24, 2022

What are microservices 

Microservices is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of services that are

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Deploy to CloudHub 2.0 using Maven and Connected Apps

By Guilherme Pereira, Senior Integration Consultant on Nov 9, 2022

CloudHub V2 arrived with a new architecture and a lot of new features. Let's explore in this tutorial some new features available while deploying to CloudHub V2 using maven.

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Intelligent Document Processing with AWS AI Services and MuleSoft RPA

By Leonardo Cassimiro on Nov 1, 2022

Insurance claims, invoices, various forms and applications - every organisation deals with a wide range of unstructured documents. Although manual extraction of critical information is still typical, many departments invest in automating such processes.

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10 things to know before moving to MuleSoft CloudHub 2.0

By Alessandro Toscano, Solution Architect on Oct 14, 2022

MuleSoft has recently launched a major update of their fully managed Mule runtime engine cloud service. It significantly improves application performance and scalability with lightweight container-based isolation and simplified deployment experience to the Cloud.

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Improve student experience with system integration

By Olga Kepa, MuleSoft Developer on Oct 11, 2022

With the start of the pandemic, digital learning has become a new norm for most students. The digital approach demonstrated so many benefits that it remained in various forms even after the lockdown. There is a rise in hybrid learning when classes consist of in-person and online students. Not to forget about a blended study that includes online and on-campus courses.

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