James Strachan on Apache Camel and Fuse IDE

James Strachan on Apache Camel and Fuse IDE

date:Mar 18, 2011

James Strachan, who works on Apache Camel as well as other Apache projects, talks about apache Camel and the capabilities of the Fuse IDE. This comes from an interview by Jan Stafford at TheServerSide Java Symposium 2011.


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James Strachan on Apache Camel and Fuse IDE

James Strachan: Hello, my name is James Strachan. I work on Apache Camel and a bunch of other Apache Software projects. We've recently created something called Fuse IDE. If you're using Apache Camel to do messaging and integration, just download Fuse IDE today, as an Eclipse plug-in.

It supports all of the Camel Enterprise Integration Patterns. You can draw your integration routes really simply with a graphical ID and then you can run and test your projects inside Fuse. So go to fusesource.com and download Fuse IDE, it's awesome. Thank you very much.

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