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Best practices adopted for Mule 4
- Avoid implementing business logic in the interface layer.
- Make use of reusable flows if and whenever needed.
- Having a strategy for organizing files, like creating packages representing the API involved.
- Make use of Traits, ResourceTypes, DataTypes, and Examples to create reusable components and keep them in separated files.
- Use RAML DataTypes validations when possible.
- Identify and implement a reusable logic for handling common errors.
- Usage of custom error types for improved flexibility on handling errors.
- Extract common business logic and organize it into custom DataWeave Modules.
- In DataWeave, extract complex logic inside a function with a descriptive name.
- Always use a built-in function from DataWeave to achieve your goals – make sure to read the DataWeave documentation.
- Document yourself, so you always choose the best components for the logic you want to implement.
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