Support in Kumologica for handling data in formats such as JSON, XML and YAML. Kumologica: Handling Data in Different Formats [Videos] - Kumologica provides the XML node for handling incoming data that is in XML format. Kumologica provides the YAML node for handling incoming data that is in YAML format.
Kumologica: Dynamic Content Generation With Template Node [Video] - In this video, I will show you how to use the Template node in Kumologica to generate dynamic content. Kumologica supports dynamic content generation with the Template node. The Template node can be used to generate text using a message’s properties to fill out a template.
Migration from Mulesoft to Kumologica: Analyzing Broadcast Pattern. Mulesoft has 5 popular data integration patterns. Broadcast pattern. Bi-direction Sync pattern. We will be analyzing and migrating the Mulesoft application to a Serverless world using Kumologica. We will focus on the Broadcast integration pattern.
Kumologica: Dynamic Content Generation With Template Node [Video] - Any product/tooling needs to support basic programming constructs for effective codification. In this article, we will look into how these constructs are support in Kumologica. This is supported by the conditional branching support provided by the IF ... ELSE construct.
Reusing Integration Blocks in Kumologica [Videos] - In Kumologica you can build a reusable integration block using a processor node. Building and Exporting the Reusable Integration Block. Importing the logic block by peer developers on their designer and refer the block in their main flow using processor node.
Kumologica: Dynamic Content Generation With Template Node [Video] I will show you how to use the Template node in Kumologica to generate dynamic content. Kumologica supports dynamic content generation with the Template node.
This quick video demo will show you how to set up Kumologica catch nodes to take care of exception handling in your flows. Kumologica: Exception Handling In Specific Nodes of a Flow [Video]
[Video] Posting Form-data Content to an External API in Kumologica. In order to post form-data content, we will be using the HTTP requestor node in Kumologica. Configured to invoke an external service using HTTP requestor node in Kumologica.
We will discuss low code, Serverless, and real-time integration of a Salesforce outbound message with the target system using Kumologica. Salesforce is a popular CRM platform used by many enterprises. Integration of salesforce modules with different enterprise systems is very common. There are multiple ways by which salesforce objects can be integrated: SOQL query (Pulling the records), Platform Events (Pushing the events), CDC (Pushing the events), OutboundMessages (Pushing the events using webhooks)
Kumologica: Data Mapping using DataMapper Node. DataMapper node is based on JSONata, and supports the entire range of query and transformation functionality supported by JSONata.
Kumologica: Adding Custom Logic Using Function Node. Nodes are the basic building blocks in a Kumologica flow. Flows are built by composing the business logic as a sequence of corresponding nodes and chaining.
[Video] Quick and Effortless Testing of Kumologica-Based Lambda From Postman. In this video, learn how to test an API flow locally from Postman or any REST client with zero effort or deep understanding needed using Kumologica 2.0.
This is the first part of our four-part series we are publishing which takes you through the steps for migrating your application from Mulesoft to a serverless integration using Kumologica. Mulesoft follows the EAI (Enterprise application...
#### Different ways of splitting an object in Kumologica flow In this article I am going to demonstrate on how to split a given input object or record in **Kumologica**. In order to split an object or an array or a string, Kumologica...
Learn how to build your project with Message-Level Security in Serverless integration Built on Kumologica. How to implement 256 bit AES encryption for messages using Kumologica Encryption node.
This article will demonstrate how to access or manipulate message payload, variables, and environment variables inside Kumologica flow.
Distributed tracing is a key aspect in the new world of serverless integration as it is one of the 3 pillars of observability i.e logs, metrics, and traces.
In this article, see how to build a simple API that demonstrates the extraction of data from an external API and prepares them for processing.
In this article, we see how to build a simple order management service that will furnish and send a purchase receipt email using SendGrid.