Extending Apple’s homekit through Homebridge by Matt Haughey (A Whole Lotta Nothing)
I’ve been doing a lot of weekend house projects lately. I started with hours on YouTube watching videos on how to wire up wall switches because I wanted to control more lights on my network. …

Homebridge sounds like something I should try out sometime; HomeKit has quickly become my favourite way to control devices in my home… but device support is seemingly getting rarer (especially here in the UK)

Bitwarden (baty.net)
I’ve been using 1Password for years without too many issues. It’s a nicely designed and implemented app with a long history. I really had no reason to look elsewhere. However, there’s been a lot of noise lately about them taking $200 million in VC money. I’m not that concerned. They’ve grown and want to grow faster, so fine. It did, however, make me take a quick look at the alternatives, just in case.
iOS 13.2 Is Overzealously Killing Apps in the Background (Daring Fireball)
Link to: https://twitter.com/marcoarment/status/1189899504562122752

I’ve been running into this a lot today; Airplaying videos from Safari to my Apple TV would stop working if the screen locked, and trying to bring up 1Password through the integration with the system fails around 80% of the time. Sometimes the app in the background would crash, and the rest of the time 1Password just wouldn’t appear.

As nice as some parts of iOS 13 are, it is by far the buggiest version I’ve used yet.