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MisterFusion makes more easier to use AutoLayout in Swift & Objective-C code.<br/> MisterFusion has <strong>three features</strong>, in comparison with other Swift AutoLayout DSL.<br/> <ol> <li> Constraints to superview is able to be written in less code than other DSL.<br/> ===Example=============================<br/> let view = UIView()<br/> self.view.addLayoutSubview(view, andConstraints:<br/> view.Top |+| 10,<br/> view.Right |-| 10,<br/> view.Left |+| 10,<br/> view.Bottom |-| 10<br/> )<br/> \======================================= </li> <li>It enables to use in Objective-C with <strong>"#import \<MisterFusion/MisterFusion-Swift.h\>"</strong>.</li> <li> In addition, it enables to use <strong>"dot chaining"</strong> in Objective-C.<br/> ===Example===============================<br/> UIView *view = [UIView new];<br/> [self.view addLayoutSubview:view andConstraints:@[<br/> view.Top.Constant(10.0f),<br/> view.Right.Constant(-10.0f),<br/> view.Left.Constant(10.0f),<br/> view.Bottom.Constant(-10.0f)<br/> ]];<br/> \======================================== </li> </ol>
A fully customizable tab bar controller for iOS written in Objective C. It uses autolayout. It requires iOS 7.1 + and ARC. You can set custom icon images, text, selected and unselected background images. You can also add separator images between the tabs to mark the tab separations. There are two configurations for the placement of text and icon images ( text to the right of icon image and text to the bottom of icon image)
The ultimate API for iOS & OS X Auto Layout — impressively simple, immensely powerful. PureLayout extends UIView/NSView, NSArray, and NSLayoutConstraint with a comprehensive Auto Layout API that is modeled after Apple's own frameworks. Writing Auto Layout code from scratch isn't easy. PureLayout provides a fully capable and developer-friendly interface for Auto Layout. It is designed for clarity and simplicity, and takes inspiration from the Auto Layout UI options available in Interface Builder while delivering far more flexibility. The API is also highly efficient, as it adds only a thin layer of third party code and is engineered for maximum performance.