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Using Mule Runtime to Light an LED Bulb [Video]

Using Mule Runtime to Light an LED Bulb [Video]  #IoT #Cloud #BigData

  • MuleSoft’s lightweight Runtime Engine can be used to expose microservices and APIs on any IoT device.
  • In this post, I will demonstrate how users can use MuleSoft and a Python script to create a simple API that lights up an LED bulb 10 times in a loop.
  • Create a Mule app and call the Python script in localhost (Raspberry Pi):

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  • Create a proxy app on a client machine, and call the Mule Raspberry Pi app using the Raspberry Pi IP address through the RAML Console:

    As this demo has demonstrated, MuleSoft’s Runtime Engine can be used in a way to connect various devices, data, and applications and, in the process, expose IoT services to the outside world.

You can expose IoT services via Mule Runtime. This quick guide walks through the configuration steps needed to create a blinky LED project through a REST API.

@craigbrownphd: Using Mule Runtime to Light an LED Bulb [Video] #IoT #Cloud #BigData

MuleSoft’s lightweight Runtime Engine can be used to expose microservices and APIs on any IoT device. In this post, I will demonstrate how users can use MuleSoft and a Python script to create a simple API that lights up an LED bulb 10 times in a loop. To get started, please refer to the requirements, video tutorial, and steps below.

Raspberry Pi 3, LED Bulbs, resistors, jumper wires, Mule server, and a breadboard.

1. Build the LED blink project:

3. Create a Python script with GPIO commands:

5. Create a proxy app on a client machine, and call the Mule Raspberry Pi app using the Raspberry Pi IP address through the RAML Console:

As this demo has demonstrated, MuleSoft’s Runtime Engine can be used in a way to connect various devices, data, and applications and, in the process, expose IoT services to the outside world.

Using Mule Runtime to Light an LED Bulb [Video]

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