graphql-guard VS graphql-batch

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

graphql-batch

A query batching executor for the graphql gem (by Shopify)
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graphql-guard graphql-batch
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452 1,286
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0.0 4.7
almost 2 years ago 3 months ago
Ruby Ruby
MIT License MIT License
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graphql-guard

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

graphql-batch

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  • N+1 problem will never be an issue with N1Loader gem
    4 projects | reddit.com/r/rails | 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 | reddit.com/r/rails | 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.

What are some alternatives?

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

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

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

BatchLoader - :zap: Powerful tool for avoiding N+1 DB or HTTP queries

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

GQLi - Ruby GraphQL Client for Humans

Koala - A lightweight Facebook library supporting the Graph, Marketing, and Atlas APIs, realtime updates, test users, and OAuth.

RocketJob - Ruby's missing background and batch processing system

moql - Mock GraphQL server for fast reliable integration tests.

wisper - A micro library providing Ruby objects with Publish-Subscribe capabilities