graphql-batch VS wisper

Compare graphql-batch vs wisper and see what are their differences.


A query batching executor for the graphql gem (by Shopify)


A micro library providing Ruby objects with Publish-Subscribe capabilities (by krisleech)
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graphql-batch wisper
2 1
1,286 3,055
0.9% -
4.7 0.0
3 months ago 7 months ago
Ruby Ruby
MIT License MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of graphql-batch. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-01-22.
  • N+1 problem will never be an issue with N1Loader gem
    4 projects | | 22 Jan 2022
    Interesting, I've just been researching Dataloader implementations for Ruby and have between trying to decide between GraphQL::Dataloader, graphql-batch and BatchLoader. I'll give this a look as well. Can you also make API calls inside the loaders?
  • "I'm the CTO of a Growing Rails Startup" Ask Me Anything
    3 projects | | 27 Aug 2021
    This is mainly addressed in the last thing but we cache pretty heavily on our REST APIs and for GraphQL we use the graphql-batch gem pretty heavily. Those two things can go a long way. Make sure you're using an APM like Scout to keep an eye on things and then debug the outliers.


Posts with mentions or reviews of wisper. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-08-27.
  • "I'm the CTO of a Growing Rails Startup" Ask Me Anything
    3 projects | | 27 Aug 2021
    We follow the interactor pattern to store our business logic. So we mainly have skinny controllers, skinny models and then interactors. We also don't use ActiveRecord callbacks very much, we primarily use Wisper to broadcast events and then various domains can subscribe to the events they care about and respond accordingly.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing graphql-batch and wisper you can also consider the following projects:

Rails Event Store - A Ruby implementation of an Event Store based on Active Record

Interactor - Interactor provides a common interface for performing complex user interactions.

graphql-guard - Simple authorization gem for GraphQL :lock:

Light Service - Series of Actions with an emphasis on simplicity.

graphql-client - A Ruby library for declaring, composing and executing GraphQL queries

Spree Commerce - A headless open source e-commerce platform for global brands

Cells - View components for Ruby and Rails.

PageletRails - Improve perceived performance of your rails application with minimum effort

Waterfall - A slice of functional programming to chain ruby services and blocks, thus providing a new approach to flow control. Make them flow!

Amoeba - A ruby gem to allow the copying of ActiveRecord objects and their associated children, configurable with a DSL on the model

Smart Init - Simple service objects in Ruby - A simple gem for eliminating Ruby initializers boilerplate code, and providing unified service objects API

Trailblazer - The advanced business logic framework for Ruby.