Easier Error Handling Using Async/Await

At work, someone asked if there were any better ways to handle errors when using the async/await syntax in JavaScript. They didn’t like their beautiful, short, and readable lines of code suddenly wrapped with try/catches. I’ve also been frustrated with a variety of the enthusiasm online the past couple years around async/await only to be shown code examples that completely ignore error handling.
Below is an easier way to handle errors using async/await by returning what’s known in Functional Programming as an Either. Mine isn’t as formal as the FP community’s “left right." It’s just simple a JavaScript object that follows the Node callback naming convention somewhat.

Link: https://dzone.com/articles/easier-error-handling-using-asyncawait