A new practical guide from WHISHWORKS to help developers design, implement, and deploy feature-rich APIs with MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform
API Recipes with MuleSoft® Anypoint PlatformTM aims to communicate some key basic concepts of implementing APIs with MuleSoft Anypoint Platform. Handcrafted by Mule specialists at WHISHWORKS, the guide includes 31 recipes that explain concepts with real-life examples and code snippets to run, to help readers build solutions from scratch.
Each recipe follows best practice and gives users a comprehensive step-by-step approach with easy-to-follow instructions, real-life examples and access to the recipe’s code. From using RAML to setting up API policies and integrating with 3rd party applications like Salesforce, users will find everything they need to successfully design, implement, test and deploy APIs on the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform.
API Recipes with MuleSoft® Anypoint PlatformTM is for all those technology geeks out there who would like to start scaling their technical knowledge on MuleSoft Anypoint Platform with real-life, practical guidelines and how-tos. Even if they are new to Mule, but have sound knowledge of Java, they should be able to understand this guide and master the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform. It is also dedicated to architects who can use these recipes to put together proven design patterns - Pankaj Kankatti, Co-Founder & CIO, WHISHWORKS.
Once you finish reading this guide, you will be confident enough to use the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform. You should be able to create transit systems that can carry data between applications within your enterprise or across the internet. You will be able to migrate data with perfection across the platforms or on cloud.
The objective of this recipe is to create a flow which can consume streaming data from sources like Twitter, Facebook, and Salesforce.
This recipe focuses on how to successfully create and run a test plan with HTTP Request. Also, with this recipe, the API user will get an idea on how to test memory bottlenecks and data limitations for an API.