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What’s New in Anypoint Code Builder?

By Olga Kepa, MuleSoft Developer on May 16, 2024

It’s been some time since my last blog on Anypoint Code Builder. Since then, there have been a number of changes made to the IDE, so I will guide you through the recent updates that have been made and compare it to previous versions. 

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Playing with Flex Gateway and minikube — Part 1

By Guilherme Pereira, Senior Integration Consultant on Apr 4, 2024

Originally posted on Another Integration Blog.

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Migrating Projects to Mule 4

By Olga Kepa, MuleSoft Developer on Mar 28, 2024

Throughout the last three years of an engagement with one of our customers, we’ve migrated many interfaces to Mule 4. In this blog, I’ll share insights into my experience working on the design and development of Mule 4 interfaces.

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Invoke composer flow from Salesforce Flow

By Giovanni Funaro on Mar 21, 2024

Composer Flows may be configured to be triggered by a scheduler, an event in the target system or HTTP invocation. Salesforce Flow actions can make HTTP callouts, so in this blog we will be demonstrating step-by-step how to integrate MuleSoft Composer with Salesforce Flow Builder for dynamic system interactions.

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Balancing Usability and Semantic Resolution in Automated Processes

By Shaha Alam on Mar 11, 2024

In the ever-evolving landscape of automation, the integration of bots across multiple systems has become a necessity for efficiency and productivity. However, as this technology progresses, a critical challenge has emerged as well. It's become increasingly difficult to balance the benefits of formatted and structured information for human use while also working towards the reduction of semantic resolution.

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Yes I Work in IT, No I Can't Fix Your Computer

By Erin Hickman on Mar 1, 2024

My journey in information technology

I graduated from university the year that Google launched Google Earth. And four years before that, my high school librarian told us about these new things called ‘search engines’ and how she thought they would change the world. Being from California, I was in the heart of the modern technological renaissance – but even then a career in ‘IT’ was never something that crossed my mind.

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The Great Office Comeback

By Shaha Alam on Feb 23, 2024

Ah, the age-old debate of working from home versus working in the office. It's like choosing between sweatpants and business casual, between Zoom meetings and water cooler banter. Now that the dust has settled on the post-COVID working landscape, let's take a lighthearted look at the differences between these two worlds. Yes, it’s another ‘post covid reflection’. You’ve heard loads, I know.

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Spring Cleaning your Marketing Data

By Samantha Schwab on Feb 15, 2024

In the fast-paced world of marketing, many people don’t realise what the true foundation is of a successful campaign strategy. While flashy creatives and catchy taglines draw attention, there is a much more essential key to conversion: clean data.

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Big data processing with MuleSoft

By Prashant Harbola on Jan 15, 2024

Introduction

These days, data is everything. Organisations are always looking for new methods to use big data to make decisions in today’s environment. However, managing massive amounts of data is easier said than done. Never fear! This is where MuleSoft, an advanced integration platform, comes into play.

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Demystifying Bot Scheduling in MuleSoft RPA Manager

By Santosh Sundar on Dec 20, 2023

Introduction

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) progresses through distinct phases in its project life cycle. When it enters the production deployment phase, the bots are deployed onto dedicated machines to carry out end-to-end automation. It is at this stage that scheduling comes into the picture, guiding bots on when to run and on which machine.


The scheduling step is relevant for bots that run in an unattended/automatic way at specific intervals (often many times a day!). However, it does not apply to bots that are attended or triggered by human or system actions.

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