It has been a year since I joined the Salesforce Ecosystem, and despite the eventful past year, I recently had the opportunity to attend one of the big Salesforce events, Salesforce World Tour 2023, for the first time. The day was filled with action and had a lot going on simultaneously, making it a highly recommended experience for anyone involved with or interested in learning more about Salesforce.
In the first part of the blog, Let's start with MuleSoft Anypoint Code Builder, I covered the basics of Anypoint Code Builder. In the second part, How to Design an API in Anypoint Code Builder, I explained how to design an API and create RAML specifications. Today, we will use these specifications to implement, test and deploy an API.
In the first part of the blog, I described the basics of Anypoint Code Builder. Today, I will guide you through the design phase of the ‘Hello World’ project.
Have you ever come across Supermums? Get ready for an incredible journey as I reveal the life-changing impact of Supermums. From moments of doubt to a thriving career come along as I embrace the unknown and explore endless possibilities.
Imagine a cold December day. The elderly lady had been saving on gas for months to finally heat her home on Christmas Day. Living in her small social flat, she silently endured the chill because she struggled to afford both food and warmth, determined to remain independent.
Some time ago MuleSoft announced the release of its new IDE - Anypoint Code Builder. In case you are still not familiar with its purpose and capabilities, keep reading this blog. Let’s get started 😊
MuleSoft Composer is a no-code integration platform that enables users to integrate data and apps easily. The process starts by building flows using various pre-built connectors, including Salesforce, Workday, Slack, MuleSoft RPA, and others.
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.
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.