In GraphQL, we can do multiple inserts, update and delete at a time. The cool thing about GraphQL is we have a lot of control in our hands. In the GraphQL query, we can ask exactly what we need. As well as query, we can post as much data as we want with GraphQL mutation.
There are a lot of real-life scenarios where we need a bulk insert, update or delete. Specially, In our modern Single Page Applications (SPA), a user may create, update or delete multiple related items at a time. Though GraphQL makes it easy to send data for bulk upsert or delete, we need a fast, cleaner way to do it with Django. The main challenge here is, we have to do a faster, memory-efficient way to implement upsert with large batch size.