Team Development with Mule
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Topics in these books have addressed your local workstation, and a single project with a single configuration file. When working on a team, a Mule project increases in size, increases in its number of developers, and must run in other environments, such as test and production. Here are some practices that make such growth possible.
The different approaches to modularizing Mule configurations and applications are all opportunities for splitting work across teams, whether these teams work on the same overarching project or on different projects with an accent put on reuse.