What’s New in Studio
Anypoint Studio 7.10 introduces a notification mechanism to help you keep your module versions in Exchange up to date. Studio 7.10 also enables you to propagate metadata to flows and subflows.
Every time Studio starts, it checks for updates to modules in your open projects. Based on what it finds, you can choose to update to the latest minor version of your module or upgrade directly to the latest version available.
You can also manually prompt a running instance of Studio to check for module updates:
Ensure that you are logged in to Anypoint Platform.
Click the Manage Mule Modules () button:
|This feature does not support modules that are inherited from a parent pom file.|
See Update Your Modules for more information.
When you rename a flow in Anypoint Studio, your change is now automatically refactored across your project.
Studio infers the metadata of your current flow so that when you use a Flow Reference component to reference another flow, you can set the metadata from your current flow as custom metadata for your referenced flow. You can also extract an operation from your current flow into a new flow or subflow, and Studio automatically declares the metadata as custom metadata of a new flow.
See Metadata Propagation Between Flows for more information.
Studio now automatically detects the theme of your OS and adjusts its light or dark theme accordingly.
To manually change from the default light theme to the dark theme, click the Switch to Dark Theme button:
To switch back to the light theme, click the Switch to Light Theme button:
You must restart Studio for this change to fully take effect.