I know this can all be a lot. If you blew through this module like I would – all at once – a lot of information just came at you. But don’t worry, after all you can rewatch the videos as often as you like and the only tip left I can give you is to practice and try to replicate some common app screens. Take real world examples and replicate them to practice the auto-layout features.
Just let me ask you a little question for now. Do you remember all the types of constraints that there are? I know for a fact that if you woke me up in the middle of the night and asked me this, I would probably forget to list out one third of the constraint types there are. But that doesn’t matter. You don’t need to know everything because I created this extra for you to help you.
See this as a summary of the module on a piece of paper. The most important information condensed down into a single PDF for you to print out and used as a reference when creating layouts.
I call this the auto-layout cheatsheet, you can call it whatever you want. Fact is, this thing can help you deal with constraints much easier. Download it, check it out, print it and use it on our next project to make your life easier.