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Download and Launch Anypoint Studio

Anypoint Studio is the graphical integration design environment of the Anypoint Plaform for applications that are deployed to Mule runtime.

To Download and Install Anypoint Studio

  • Before downloading and launching Anypoint Studio, make sure you have the Java SE JDK 7 or Java SE JDK 8 installed.

To install Anypoint Studio:

  1. Download Anypoint Studio from the Anypoint Studio Download Site and extract it.

    • Windows: It’s important to extract Anypoint Studio into the 'C:\' root folder. Also, if you are using a Windows Anti-Virus application, ensure that the plugin/ and features/ directories are under the “trusted” category.

    • OS X: If you’re using OS version Sierra, it’s important that you move your extracted app to the /applications folder before you launch it

    • Linux: To support some of Studio Themes in Linux, it is recommended to have GTK version 2 installed.

  2. Open the extracted Anypoint Studio.

  3. Click OK to accept the default workspace.

Anypoint Studio displays a welcome message when it loads for the first time.
Click Get Started to start using Anypoint Studio.

Installing Enterprise Modules

If you are running Anypoint Studio with Mule Enterprise Edition (EE), you can add additional modules to your Studio instance.

Updating Studio

Anypoint Studio notifies you when an update is available.

You can also check this manually going to Help > Check for Updates.

Keep in mind that updating your Studio installation to the latest release using this method does not update the bundled Runtime version that’s announced in the release notes.

If you updated Studio from the update site and want to get the announced runtime version bundled with your version of Studio follow these steps:

  1. Go to Help > Install New Software …​.

  2. In the Work with drop down menu select Anypoint Studio Update Site.

  3. Expand the Anypoint Studio entry.

  4. Select the Mule Server Runtime {version} that appears listed.

  5. Follow the instructions on screen to complete the installation.