I have written a book on Mule 2.x and Mule 3.x that contains two parts.
The first part consists of several step-by-step examples. The second part consists of reference/recipes on different areas of Mule.
The book is free and a PDF can be downloaded here: http://www.slideshare.net/krizsan/ivans-mule-tutorial You need to register on Slideshare before being able to download, which also is free.
If you find any errors or have suggestions for improvements, please do not hesitate to contact me here on JavaRanch!
Thanks for sharing ebook, i dont know yet about Mule , since previously I've done using J2EE.
My basic questions :
a. How to be compare with Jersey, is it already integrated in Mule ?
b. How to integrated with Spring by using its own spring's messaging.
Joined: Oct 04, 2006
Jersey is a REST web service stack that aids in implementing RESTful or RESTlike web services.
Mule is an ESB, which also support routing, transformation etc of messages.
If you are to develop a RESTful web service, then use Jersey. If you are to develop an integration solution that allows multiple systems or components of one single system to communicate with each other, then I would use Mule.
Mule allows you to expose a RESTful web service, but may be overkill if that is all you want to do.
Mule configurations are Spring configurations, so integration with an application that use the Spring framework is very easy.