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May 9 2011   6:26PM GMT

ESB IDE offers “round trip” editing

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

By Alan Earls

Traditionally, enterprise system bus (ESB) developers could laboriously hand code or they could adopt tools from vendors that could speed up the process but at a cost – the tools could themselves be complicated and they tended to obscure access to underlying code, limiting the nuances a developer could apply.

MuleSoft, a Bay Area software company has announced a new design product called Mule Studio, an Eclipse-based graphical design tool, which is said to support ESB design ”round-trip editing.” That means developers can design and edit the ESB application interchangeably in either the graphical tool or in XML.

Mateo Almenta-Reca, Director of Product Management at MuleSoft claims vendors such as TIBCO and IBM have provided tools that made it easier to get started but made long-term maintenance more difficult.  He suggests the MuleSoft tools allow developers to do a deep dive if they want, and make changes in the code.

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