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Mule Expression Language Cheat Sheet Released

01.09.2013
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Starting with Mule 3.3, the Mule ESB open source community built-in support for a new expression language for processing message flows in a very powerful and elegant way.

It is very powerful and based on the MVEL language (note you can also use JavaScript, Groovy, Python and Ruby).   provides a very easy way to access the current message in a flow, write conditional filters and perform content based routing.  The MEL Cheat Sheet, gives you an overview of the commands you can use.  -- David Dossot 


Now there's an official MuleSoft cheat sheet for the Mule Expression Language.  You ought to check it out if you're a Mule ESB user, or looking for an ESB based on the ease of their processing flows.

Download it!