The primary goal of our Windows Store and Windows Phone Store APIMASH Starter Kits is to pave your way toward integrating a great many diverse data sets into your own applications. The premise behind the auto-responder is simple: create URI rules, and whenever a given rule is matched, instruct Fiddler to return a canned response (generally from a file) instead of carrying out the actual call.
The 2.1 version of the Azure Service Bus client now supports AMQP 1.0. A blogger had a nice addition to the MSDN post outlining the process of using Service Bus and JMS.
The new Riak Connector for Mule allows you to interact with this data store from your Mule applications, opening the door to new integration scenarios. Let’s review an example of such a scenario.
Using the HeidiSQL GUI, see the settings that you can use to connect to MySQL using a SSH login.
A useful tool to help .NET developers to harness RabbitMQ in conjunction with NServiceBus arrived in the NuGet Gallery very recently.
rmqid got its 0.4.2 release this week as it draws closer to a 1.0 version. The library was inspired by Kenneth Reitz’s work on requests. Should be useful for anyone writing a python app that's going to use RabbitMQ.
WSO2 UES helps to rapidly create visually appealing and engaging web components such as dashboards, microsites and gadgets. Users can build dashboards, microsites and gadgets with 3rd party data sources, and even share them among authenticated or anonymous users across the enterprise. Learn more about it...
Working with JPA managed entities in Mule ESB applications can be difficult. The JPA module aims to simplify working with JPA managed entities with Mule. Here's a tutorial on how it works.
One of DZone's MVBs had their SOA patterns book added to Intel's list of recommended reading that they curate. Congratulations, Arnon!
Bunny 9.2 was recently released to rubygems.org as a stability release. Bunny now ensures a new connection transport (socket) is initialized before any recovery is attempted.
In the last month, the php-amqplib project hit version 2.1. The library has been heavily tested on RabbitMQ and is used in production environments that send or consume over 600K messages per day.
This article can hep those of you working with a remote SOAP service, which are not always easy to debug. A tool called "Charles" can help...
Peter Kriens thinks that Java is too complicated for developers looking to learn Java and create a web app. This has been pretty obvious for a while now...
At SoundCloud RabbitMQ is used to process transcoder workloads in parallel and also to gather updates for user browsers. Get the low down through a video or article here...
API Evangelist Kin Lane reflects on the past few years of his position as a major voice in the API technology field.
As activity accelerated from just a few thousand activities per day to hundreds of millions, Instagram needed a reliable, scalable messaging infrastructure to distribute work and messages.
Converting a Java object (a process known as serialization) to various forms such as XML, JSON, or a byte array and back into java objects is a very common requirement. This post is intended to be a quick reference for you to easily make these conversions.
Camel users now have a much easier method for taking advantage of this tool with the release of Camel 2.11. The new Camel/ZeroMQ component lets you consume and produce messages using ZeroMQ. It uses Akka for the driver.
So you've got a growing Java application with a nice feature set. Unfortunately adding new features gets harder over time and things start breaking in unexpected places. Chances are that your applications is not as modular as it could be. This article has some tips for dealing with plain Java's lack of modularity.
Spring AMQP 1.2.0 for Java was just launched this week. For those of you who aren't familiar with it, it's basically a project that applies Spring Framework concepts to building AMQP messaging applications. It uses the RabbitMQ queue as its default client, which is also under the umbrella of SpringSource.
GitHub's advanced code search is really comprehensive in providing so many filters with which to search GitHub's repositories. Now that amazing utility can be integrated into your site or app because GitHub just released an API for it!
This tutorial will show you the new features in the latest Spring Tool Suite 3.3.0 release that make it easier for you to program Spring applications using annotations and JavaConfig instead of XML.
This article has a simple class for accessing my Dropbox. Once you’re connected, the client is instantiated and you can extract all kinds of information about your Dropbox.
Google Apps, Apple IDs, Yahoo… All of these large scale online services have two-factor authentication. It makes your account exponentially more secure. A new tutorial shows you how to build two-factor auth 'effortlessly' with the help of the new ActiveModel::Otp gem.