iOS constraint maker you always wanted. Write constraints like sentences in English.
Simple. Intuitive. No frightening abstractions. One file.
- You want your
view‘s height to be equal to width of other view? Here you go:
view.make(.height, .equal, to: .width, of: otherView)
- Or some
view‘s width to be 100? Even simpler:
someView.make(.width, .equal, 100)
- Place a view under upper view? You are welcome:
someView.make(.top, .equal, to: .bottom, of: upperView, +20)
- Manage several layout attributes at once, set multipliers and insets? Also possible:
view.make([.leading, .trailing], .equal, to: [0.5, 0.8], of: otherView, [20, -20])
- Set your constraint’s priority? There is a
view.make(.height, .equal, 44) *= 750
make method and
*= operator returns you one (or more)
NSLayoutConstraint‘s you can store for later use.