Nailing RESTful API Design: A Straightforward Guide

Hey there! Ready to make your API as friendly and reliable? Let’s unpack some RESTful API design practices that are easy to digest and will save you a headache down the road. Dive in for a guide that distills my hands-on experience into practical wisdom for crafting APIs that hit the sweet spot of functionality…

How can we call Java code using the DataWeave language?

I have already presented how to call Java code using messages processors with the newest Java Module for Mule 4.x. For earlier mule’s version Entry Point Resolvers were used to invoke custom Java code. However for scenarios when we would like to use custom code in DataWeave, for transformations, another approach is needed. Approach presented in this article will be more concise comparing to using message processors. It was highly extended comparing to possibilities of Mule 3.x version. Mule 3 allowed to invoke static methods. In contract Mule 4 not only permits to call static methods but also instantiate classes and access its instance attributes.

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