JBoss Developer Studio has been vastly improved to let you develop and test your Camel routes. Debugging Camel routes has never been easier!
The Bean component can be used as part of a camel route to filter/intercept the payload of data contained in the route. Let’s see a very simple example.
Let’s have a look at what’s new in Camel 3 with an example project which shows how to run a Camel 3 standalone via the built-in Main class. Then, we will learn how to bootstrap a Camel application using the CamelContext.
This is the second tutorial about Camel 3. In the first one (Getting started with Camel 3) we have discussed how to set up a basic Camel 3 projects and run a simple demo with it. Now we will show how to use the messasing API to connect to a remote ArtemisMQ embedded in a WildFly distribution.
This tutorial will teach you how to design Camel routes using Code Read Studio Camel Route editor. We will also learn other possible ways to design Camel routes, for example installing the IntelliJ Plugin.