The most flexible and powerful way to build a form on iOS
@3lvis I like the uniform look. Pinterest/waterfall style doesn't seem like it fits into the form look and feel.
As you mentioned, specifying row_height will work if we know the data we're getting. But perhaps the data may not be known initially. What if we let the library choose the height? We could default number_of_columns to 1 but allow the user to override it.
@aminiz sounds good! Let's continue in DMs to not spam this channel. :)
I'm just looking how does the library works and I don't understand how the layout is making
and if someone have a swift 3 version of the "iphone-StoryBoard" example please share me :)
I'm trying to do the same thing on the "ModalForm" example but datepicker isn't the same , select row is look like push; and I need to implement this like the "iphone-StoryBoard" popover