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January 6, 2014
Mule ESB 3.4.2 is officially here! This release includes major improvements in the Mule Management Console, as well as improvements and fixes to the core Mule ESB product. See the release notes for details.
December 12, 2013
We have thoroughly revised and reorganized our on-ramp documentation for Mule! Explore the new and improved Mule Fundamentals, designed as sequential learning for a new Mule user.
December 9, 2013
We have thoroughly revised and reorganized our on-ramp documentation for the Mule Management Console. Explore the new and improved installation guide, orientation material, walkthrough and set-up guide for MMC.
API Manager version 5.0.0 (formerly known as Anypoint Service Registry) is now available. This multitenant service and API registry and governance tool catalogs your company's APIs and services, facilitates discovery and reuse, and facilitates governance through runtime policies and contracts. Check out the new features and improvements in the release notes.
has officially arrived! This version introduces new functionality and improvements to our IDE and CloudHub runtime. Explore the documentation below to learn more about what's new in our latest and greatest version of Mule. Access the Release Notes for further details.
Mule Studio (December 2013) features and functionality are currently available for deployment in CloudHub using CloudHub Mule Runtime (December 2013). If you intend to deploy your application to an on-premises production server, use a Mule 3.4 runtime when you begin a new project in Mule Studio. Access Mule 3.4 documentation for details.
Learn more about our new release strategy for CloudHub and Mule ESB.
November 4, 2013
We're delighted to announce the general availability of APIkit 1.0! The first of its kind, APIkit is an open-source, declarative toolkit specially created to facilitate REST API implementation. Read more about the back story and launch on our blog, or test drive it with our APIkit tutorial. After just one taste, you’ll never design RESTful APIs any other way.
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