API Recipes with MuleSoft Anypoint Platform – Mule 4

Welcome to the latest edition of API Recipes with Mulesoft Anypoint Platform featuring practical recipes for Mule 4

The IT and integration landscape has evolved dramatically since the release of our first edition in 2017. Leader in API-led integration, MuleSoft released in 2018 Mule 4, the latest and most advanced runtime version for Anypoint Platform.

The idea behind the new book is to help the reader understand the changes and concepts introduced in Mule 4 with reference to architecture and components.

Written by WHISHWORKS’ expert team of MuleSoft specialists, the book includes 34 recipes for some of the most common requirements in systems integration, enabling organisations to further accelerate API-led connectivity and easily build and scale their application networks.

You can be a developer aiming to solve integration challenges using Anypoint Platform, or an architect or IT manager evaluating MuleSoft as an integration platform. The primary objective of API Recipes with MuleSoft® Anypoint Platform – Mule 4 edition is to help you:

  • Solve integration challenges using Anypoint Platform
  • Upgrade current skills
  • Gain hands-on knowledge on new concepts and changes in Mule 4
  • Get insights into Mulesoft Anypoint Platform and API Management

Download your first free recipe

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API Recipe – Mule 4

Recipe 17 – Enabling Custom Business Events to track incoming requests

This recipe explains how custom business events can be generated and tracked in Mule 4 with MuleSoft Anypoint Platform.

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API Recipe – Mule 4

Recipe 19 – Handling Salesforce Streaming content with APIs

The objective of this Mule 4 recipe is to create a flow which can consume streaming data from sources like Twitter, Facebook, and Salesforce.

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API Recipe – Mule 4

Recipe 29 – Using DataWeave 2 in Mule 4

This recipe aims to instruct users on using Mule DataWeave 2 with new capabilities in reusable functions, multi-part, URL-encoding and more.