Build your first API in under 10 minutes
Get started with this tutorial series to learn best practices when developing in Anypoint Studio and learn how to deploy your first mule application.
Part 1: Build your first Hello Mule application
Part 2: How to set up your global elements and properties files in Anypoint Studio
Part 3: How to secure properties before deployment in Anypoint Studio
Part 4: How to set up API Autodiscovery in Anypoint Studio
Part 5: How to apply Client ID enforcement policy to your Mule app in API Manager
Part 6: Best practices to design your first API Specification
Part 7: Build your first API Specification with API Designer
Introduction to DataWeave
In this tutorial series, learn how to create some basic data transformations using the DataWeave expressions language.
Learn DataWeave with the Online DataWeave Playground and Interactive Tutorial
How to retrieve custom headers, query and URI parameters
What is DataWeave? Part 1: The Basics
What is DataWeave? Part 2: Selectors
What is DataWeave? Part 3: Variables, Flow Control, and Functions
What is DataWeave? Part 4: Lambdas
What is DataWeave? Part 5: Generics
Introduction to developing on Anypoint Platform
In this tutorial series, learn how to design, build, and deploy your first API. The API will take contact information from a database and upload the data into Salesforce as a New Lead.
Part 1: How to design your first API with API Designer
Part 2: Developing your first Mule application
Part 3: Deploying and managing your first API
Part 4: Connecting your first SaaS application to Salesforce
Introduction to MUnit
Prior to deploying your Mule applications and APIs, conduct unit and functional tests using MUnit, a native testing framework for Mule. Test in your local environment, or in your continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) settings.
How to create your first MUnit test in Anypoint Studio
Getting started with the MUnit Test Recorder