In Part 1 we designed the API. In Part 2 we made the implementation and in Part 3 I will show you how you can manage the API. Lets get started. Our starting point is a deployed API which is publicly accessible. You can imagine you want at least some form of security for example a client-id en client-secret or IP whitelisting. Next to that you might want to make Continue ReadingManaging a simple Salesforce API using Anypoint platform.
In Part 1 we saw how you can easily design an API in Anypoint platform. In this next post I will show how to write an implemention of the API based on the design and how to deploy it to CloudHub. Let’s get started. Anypoint studio Start Anypoint studio and the File->New->MuleProject. The wizard opens up and you can then specify the name of the application. In my case Salesforce-API. Continue ReadingImplementing a simple Salesforce API using Anypoint platform.
Mulesoft offers an IPaaS platform in which you can design, document, implement, test, deploy, manage and consume API’s. In the next couple of blogs I will demonstrate how you can design a simple API using RAML, document and publish the API in Exchange. Then implement and deploy it and finally manage and monitor it. Lets get started. Prerequisite In the next set of blogs we will need a couple of Continue ReadingDesigning a simple Salesforce API using Anypoint platform.
Since 2006, Mulesoft is offering middleware and messaging. Back then, building integrations was still heavily XML file based, with a set of Eclipse based plugins. This has changed though! With their Anypoint Studio, an Eclipse-based graphical development environment for designing, testing and running Mule flows, they really upped their game. Together with their new IPaaS platform CloudHub and their API capabilities, Mulesoft is looked at as a big player in Continue ReadingA first glance at Mule’s API capabilities