Collapse the keys of an Object to flatten a nested Object.
Learn how to use the join functions added to the DataWeave Arrays module in Mule 4.2.
Lunch break? Take a few minutes to get familiar with some of the new functions added to the DataWeave Arrays module in Mule Runtime 4.2.0
Learn how to remove nested key:value pairs in DataWeave 2.0.
Learn the ins and out of DataWeave's map function!
How to structure and format your DataWeave code to optimize readability.
This is a written post on the topic covered in my YouTube video: This post reviews how to accumulate a value into an array within a for-each loop. I'm going to cover how
How to transform Arrays into Objects in DataWeave
Learn how to partition a list in the spirit of Ruby's and Scala's partition function
A set of exercises for developing your DataWeave skills
How to modify values of an element depending on the value's key
Is the Mule debugger just not cutting it for your DataWeave code? Try some of these alternatives.
An explanation of the reduce function and how to use it in data transformations using DataWeave
An iterative approach to developing a utility function that modifies all the values of an element according to a function.
You're a Java programmer trying to gain a better understanding of MuleSoft's DataWeave language? You've come to the right place.
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