UIScrollView and Auto Layout

Auto Layout was introduced in iOS6 as part of Apple’s long term strategy to facilitate creating responsive apps that adapt to different screen sizes and orientations. The internal mechanics of the system and the tools to implement it are constantly improving. That, and the introduction of devices with new screen sizes over the last few Continue reading…

 

Interacting with UIScrollView

UIScrollView handles two types of gestures: pinch for zooming and drag for scrolling the content. The UIGestureRecognizers related to these two gestures are exposed as properties of the scroll view object (panGestureRecognizer and pinchGestureRecognizer). Before reading on, you can download here the Xcode project for this article. Zooming in a UIScrollView The UIScrollView zooming feature Continue reading…

 

UIScrollView basics

UIScrollView is one of the most commonly used classes in UIKit, either directly or indirectly (by using one of its subclasses – UITableView, UICollectionView or UITextView). A scroll view is used when the content to be presented on the screen is larger than the size of the view (represented by its bounds) in one or Continue reading…