@Jonathas-Conceicao I'm still confused about map vs then. I get that Map changes the result on previous future and is a future itself.
Then is also a future and runs after the previous future as well with the result of previous future.
Both run regardless of previous future outcome since error handling was taken out of futures. If I understand correctly: Map changes result type and Then needs to keep the same output.
block_onthat future, or otherwise wait for it? I intend to simply migrate all my handlers to async, but that's a lot of stuff to do and I'd like to be able to have an intermediate option. So far everything I try complains that I'm starting a runtime in a runtime, which makes perfect sense. I've been looking for how to ask for the extant one from actix, but I can't find anything. Thanks for any advice!