Tom is a veteran Mac and iOS developer at BombBomb in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is co-author of “Core Data for iOS” and “Learning iPad Programming”, and has organized iOSDevCamp Colorado Springs for the past seven years. When not working, Tom is a radio DJ at KRCC in Colorado Springs, and relaxes by playing didgeridoo.
Autolayout is nice, but can still be tedious and error prone. Stack views can come to the rescue, making most of your constraints unnecessary. At the same time they can make your user interface more dynamic, easily handing changes in device size, orientation, and even changing design requirements. In this session you’ll learn how to make the most of UIStackView in your apps.