Oduah Chigozie
May 11, 2023 ⋅ 6 min read

Building microservices in Rust with Spin

Oduah Chigozie Technical writer | Frontend developer | Blockchain developer

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One Reply to "Building microservices in Rust with Spin"

  1. Please, can you update tutorial’s last chapter “cat ninja”?
    I got compile error:

    let mut res = spin_sdk::http::send(
    | ___________________^
    9 | | http::Request::builder()
    10 | | .method(“GET”)
    11 | | .uri(“https://catfact.ninja/fact”)
    12 | | .body(None)?,
    13 | | )?;
    | |______^ the `?` operator cannot be applied to type `impl Future<Output = Result>`

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