Learn how to constrain UI elements to control what they look like when the screen size changes.
- [Instructor] In this video,…I want to show you how to use constraints.…Constraints allow you to dictate…how your user interface will look…as it gets resized from different sized screens…and different sized windows.…In Visual Studio for Windows,…we would call this docking or docking options.…Well, like everything else,…it's just a little bit different in Xcode.…So what I'm going to do I'm going to dock this button.…And there I go using the normal Windows terms again…because that's what I'm used to.…
I'm going to constrain this button…so that it's always this exact same distance…from the edges of the bottom of the application window.…To do this, I need to only pick the button…and then come down here and find Add New Constraints.…I'll click it and from here I can specify…a myriad of different constraints.…But the one that I'm after is this top one,…spacing to nearest neighbor.…
And as I said,…I want this to always be the same distance from the edge,…20 pixels from the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.…So I'm going to click the little spring here…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
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- Creating a command-line app
- Creating a Mac desktop app
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