A GraphQL server library implemented in Rust
Ah yea I suppose that is a viable option indeed! Now that I think about it some more it would be very interesting with Tokio were to build this into the library and to make it such that tokio::main hoists the static runtime as the main entry point with block_on. This way it would be trivial for libraries to use tokio::spawn pre-main and the end user wouldn't need to make changes. I think this is particularly good for anything that likes batching as you can build around static flume senders where the receivers are doing batch processing via futures batching on the receive stream. This is fully lock free, so I see this as being really compelling for batching database operations. Something like this dataloader would be vastly more performant.
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