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Mulesoft AnyPoint Gets Native with .NET

New version of middleware integration platform integrates directly with .NET-written or -supported applications.

MuleSoft has a new version of its AnyPoint Platform that integrates natively with applications written in .NET. The integrations allow control and customization from either AnyPoint or Visual Studio.

AnyPoint is a middleware integration solution that connects applications, data, and devices in the cloud and on-premises. With the built-in .NET support, AnyPoint is capable of connecting across apps written in Java, .NET and other non-.NET languages.

The native .NET support means AnyPoint supports connection via any .NET method, assembly or library to third-party apps, data sources, or devices. Source debugging of AnyPoint-connected apps can be done from a Visual Studio IDE.

The AnyPoint platform is capable of integrating with a slew of Microsoft solutions, including SharePoint, SQL Server, and Dynamics CRM, plus Yammer and Web apps via ASP.NET Web API and SOAP.

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