Async Hooks API is quite flexible. It allows you to intercept lifecycle events of async resources. If you’re interested, you may check my post on the topic: https://itnext.io/a-pragmatic-overview-of-async-hooks-api-in-node-js-e514b31460e9
While CLS is the most significant use case for Async Hooks API, it can be used various ways. I can imagine using it to build a lightweight profiler for network apps.
Although I admit that it’s not possible to implement the error handling part of domains with async hooks.

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