After async/await is now a wide spread thing, there is a need to somehow catch and handle all those errors again. What in the past has been handled with an callback(err) is now a try-catch block.

If you want to react different based on the type of error or something, I might have there something for you:

npm install conditional-catch

This will allow you to react on errors in a more fluent and functional way:

const { ConditionalCatch } = require('conditional-catch')
// ...
try {
  // some action that throws errors
} catch (error) {
    .when(e => e instanceof SomeError, e => { log.error('Cought that nasty bug again which can be ignored', e); })

If you have some additions or issues feel free to open an issue or pull request on github