MuleSoft Codelabs

A collection of guided labs demonstrating how to build MuleSoft integrations.

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CICD with GitHub Actions
Updated Tue Aug 03
In this example, you will build a MuleSoft application with automated deployment to Sandbox and Production environments, using a secrets vault as well as environment based properties file.
Build a CICD Solution with Azure Pipelines
23 minutesUpdated Tue Aug 03
In this codelab, you'll automate the deployment of your Mule Apps by using Azure Pipeline
Call Google APIs using the HTTP Connector and OAuth Model in Mule 4
11 minutesUpdated Wed Aug 04
In this codelab you will learn how to call Google APIs using the HTTP Connector and OAuth Module in Mule 4.x.
Create a DataWeave Module
Updated Mon Aug 09
In this lab, we will walk through the process of creating a reusable DataWeave module; for the purpose of the exercise, we will be writing and publishing a module for creating signed JSON Web Tokens.
Install RTF on GKE
Updated Fri Aug 06
This lab walks through the basic RTF on GKE setup.
Connect to Google Sheets
13 minutesUpdated Mon Aug 16
Codelab that shows you how to configure the Google Sheet connector.
Creation of signed JSON Web Tokens
2 minutesUpdated Tue Jul 05
JWT or JSON Web Token is a type of authentication used to connect to applications. For Example in GCP, Service Accounts and Google Cloud SDK, uses JWT authentications to connect to GCP Services.
Making OAuth 1.0a HTTP Requests
30 minutesUpdated Mon Jul 11
Making OAuth 1.0a HTTP Requests with MuleSoft (Mule4). DataWeave 2.0 is used to dynamically compute values of OAuth 1.0a components.
How to Catalog, Share and Govern APIs with AWS Gateway
49 minutesUpdated Fri Jul 29
AWS is a popular platform for deploying microservices, but the APIs that provide access easily create problems around governance, duplication of effort etc. Key features of the Anypoint Platform can complement the benefits of the AWS platform, by addressing these customer challenges