Developers crack the code with MuleSoft’s Anypoint Code Builder

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Salesforce has announced the general availability of MuleSoft’s Anypoint Code Builder, which uses GenAI to help developers reduce costs and speed up software development cycles.

Anypoint Code Builder is an integrated development environment that allows developers to build APIs and integrations with modern tooling through Visual Studio Code, use natural language prompts to generate code and access a variety of deployment environment options available for desktop and cloud IDEs.

This tool allows IT teams to use AI to accelerate development, build faster with next-generation developer tooling, maintain agility with flexible development environments and accelerate industry-specific integration for healthcare, financial services and retail. Einstein for Anypoint Code Builder can help developers jumpstart projects by using natural language to generate code and integration flows.

Param Kahlon, EVP, automation and integration, Salesforce, said: “MuleSoft’s Anypoint Code Builder modernizes our core integration tooling with the power of AI and a new Visual Studio Code-based foundation. This empowers developers to build integrations and APIs faster in their preferred environment, ultimately creating new ways to reach customers, generate revenue and build more impactful software by integrating with other relevant technologies with greater ease.”

Rajesh Nagarajan, senior manager, enterprise data integrations, AVEVA, said: “MuleSoft’s Anypoint Code Builder’s seamless integration with numerous programming languages and its extensive library of extensions and customizable interface makes it the ultimate coding companion. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced MuleSoft developer, Anypoint code Builder empowers you to write code efficiently and with style.”

The code builder for desktop is now available to all customers whereas Anypoint Code Builder (Cloud) is currently in beta with general availability planned for the second quarter of 2024.

This news follows various announcements, one of which the expansion of Salesforce’s partnership with Ferrovial and NTT Data to develop sustainable infrastructure technology. Other announcements saw the company unveiling more news surrounding GenAI, with the launch of its next-generation of Einstein, bringing the conversational assistant to all Salesforce applications and its expanded partnership with Capgemini, launching CX Foundry.