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Mule Powered Chat: How to filter out unwanted messages

In a previous post we have seen how to create a simple chat application using Mule. We are now going to extend this application to enable message filtering. As it is, the application allows anyone to say whatever they want on the chat and this might include offensive...

Mule Powered Chat

The Ajax transport has been around for quite some time, however, I never had the time to actually use it until this week. Most of the gigs we get are for hard core “back-end” integration rather than for the front end. That said, using the Ajax transport...

Mule running easily on the iON Cloud

MuleSoft have a new beta offering called “Mule iON”. Mule iON allows you to deploy Mule to the “Cloud” giving you the benefits and issues that the cloud brings with it, however, I will not be going through a ‘pros and cons’ of cloud...

A quick look at Activiti

Activiti has been around for quite some time (1 year this May), however I never had much time to look into it. Luckily I just managed to steal some hours to investigate this BPM platform. I knew it was going to be good, but I was impressed on how little you need to...

Mule & Android in Helsinki

In March, we participated in an event that showcased Android in Helsinki. I gave a presentation showing how one would go about creating integration applications using Android and our weapon of choice, Mule. For a full recap of the event, click here. You can see our...