iOS applications for the most part end up being an entry point based on intent. Sometimes these tasks are isolated to a webpage (in the form of an application) and have no native iOS application. Read how we can turn a webpage into a basic iOS application to reduce friction and improve focus to handle intents.
Read about how I got my non-HomeKit devices working in HomeKit using Homebridge. This makes it easy to use Siri (via an Apple Watch) to control my smart devices.
Sometimes, you need a notification to do something when you tap on it like opening an app or running a shortcut. Unfortunately, the native 'Show Notification' in iOS Shortcuts is non-actionable and therefore lacking. Read about how to take advantage of actionable notifications in iOS Shortcuts.
Read about my journey in manual/passive data collection (in the manner of Quantified Self), and why I'm stopping measuring some things. Be intentional and measure what you want to be managed, the act of measuring isn't always free.
When working with branches, often you are focusing on a specific part of the codebase. Sometimes, a commit in a string of commits can cause failures elsewhere. Check out my script on bisecting the current branch and catch the commit that introduced the error.