If you've been mourning the reduced frequency of Friday Q&A articles from Mike Ash since he joined Apple then you'll enjoy this. It's one of his trademark "you don't need to know this, but you'll find it interesting" articles over at the official Swift blog. 🎉
This library from Alex Aubry is lovely. It's a general purpose card based UI library, but it's especially well suited for permission priming and on-boarding. I really like it.
Oh and if you read my comments last week, this is a fantastic example of a great readme. It tells you what the project does, it shows you what it looks like, includes a video and doesn't waste too much time on how to install it. ✅
There are certainly disadvantages with switching to use os_log, but there are also many advantages! Here's Jared Sinclair with why you should consider using it, as well as some of the pitfalls you should avoid.
If your app is one where adjusting the volume is something your users will commonly do, and you also display content in the centre of your screen, then the default volume UI can be a little... much. I like this replacement from Andrea Mazzini. The only point I'd make is that you should always think carefully before replacing standard UI. I feel like you should have a pretty solid feeling that the system UI is really not working for you before replacing it.