As a (front-end) developer, I'm always looking to be more productive and efficient, whether that be in writing cleaner code, discovering new apps or learning new tricks that help me do my job better.
When working with big IT project, often clients will have the work divided between a couple of different vendors.
When using Mule ESB for developing your solutions, error handling is a relatively easy thing to do. There are however a few tips on Mule error handling that everyone should know.
In one of my previous posts I wrote about creating a Drupal 8 theme and declaring assets (JS and CSS) associated with it.