Are you shying away from Xcode’s auto layout features?
Does – even hearing – the word “constraint” give you headaches?
Do you feel like you should know how it works but you can’t get yourself to learn it?
Trust me, I know those feelings. Auto-Layout always looked scary to me and I didn’t want to touch those evil icons in the bottom right corner of the interface builder. Don’t feel guilty about that we’ve all been there.
But not feeling guilty about that is not really solving anything either is it? What are you going to do about it? Will you be like me and ignore and avoid it as long as possible, or will you do something about it?
I’ve spent 3 months preparing this module on Auto-Layout, to save you a lot of time. I want to make it as easy as possible for you to solve this auto-layout problem once and for all. No more guessing, no more avoiding Auto-Layout. Let’s figure this out together.
You’ll never have to fear constraints, or have problems with your layouts ever again. This module will teach you everything you need to know to build layouts, ranging from easy to complex and you’ll be able to create them easily.
The canvas system of iOS and macOS are very important to understand when dealing with constraints and measurements. This lesson covers it all.
And we explore the solution. You’ll get in-depth knowledge about how to create adapting apps using constraints.
Don’t mix things up and keep things straight in your head. Constraints don’t have to get confusing.
From Interface Builder To Code
Don’t like the Interface Builder? Use code to deal with constraints instead.
Find mistakes and know whats going wrong. Never get headache from debugging constraints again.
Finally, make sure your apps always look nice. Testing is the last step of validating your constraints.
Inequalities & Priorities
Exercise: Learn to deal with inequalities and priorities to get great results for iPad & iPhone apps.
Download the cheatsheet that will help you supercharge your layouting workflows. Everything you need to know in one place.