IrisQL vs GraphQL Mesh: What are the differences?
IrisQL: GraphQL schema made easy. It is a GraphQL prototyping tool that auto-generates GraphQL schema through an interactive GUI. It lets users input object types, fields and their relationships. It visualizes those objects and relationships in a dynamic graph; GraphQL Mesh: Query anything, run anywhere. It allows you to use GraphQL query language to access data in remote APIs that don't run GraphQL (and also ones that do run GraphQL). It can be used as a gateway to other services, or run as a local GraphQL schema that aggregates data from remote APIs.
IrisQL and GraphQL Mesh belong to "GraphQL Tools" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by IrisQL are:
- Build a Visualized Schema
- Auto Generated Code
- Connect To A DataBase
On the other hand, GraphQL Mesh provides the following key features:
- Use GraphQL query language to fetch data from your data-sources directly, without the need for a running gateway server, or any other bottleneck
- Use GraphQL query language to fetch from (almost) any data source, without changing the source or modify it's code
- Free and open-source, and been built with the community
GraphQL Mesh is an open source tool with 1.43K GitHub stars and 69 GitHub forks. Here's a link to GraphQL Mesh's open source repository on GitHub.