A Mule event contains the core information processed by the runtime. It travels through components inside your Mule app following the configured application logic.
The first step in the API lifecycle is design — when the API is created. Designing an API starts with an outside-in perspective, beginning with the “interface/contract” of the API.
Full API lifecycle management is the process of overseeing an API from its creation to retirement across its full life span.
Use a parse template to load the content of a flow-external file into a Mule flow, then use the file as a template into which you can insert data returned as the result of evaluated Mule expressions.
Helper function that enables splitBy to work with a null value.
Splits a string into a string array based on a value of input or matches part of that input string. It filters out the matching part from the returned array.
With the help of flatten function multiple arrays are bounded together as single array.
Both For Each and Parallel For Each split the defined collection, and the components within the scope process each element in the collection. Also, in both cases, each route runs with the same initial context.
Every execution of the Parallel For Each scope starts with the same variables and values as before the execution of the block
The For Each scope splits a payload into elements and processes them one by one through the components that you place in the scope.