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S4cha
@s4cha
Hi guys, This is the main channel for discussing Stevia evolutions
Tadeas Kriz
@TadeasKriz
Hey, I wanted to ask how would one go about declaring constraints for nested views? Thanks
S4cha
@s4cha
@TadeasKriz You have two strategies available, if the nested part is worth a subclass of it's own I think you're better of have the nested code be a separate subclass. If this is a simple hierarchy, you can nest the sv() calls. Then you would apply the constraint the same way (since constraints are automatically set up on the view's superview)
florentdouine
@florentdouine
Just want to say i love your different solutions. It's smart, clean and easy to use. Good work @s4cha
S4cha
@s4cha
@florentdouine , you sir, just made my day :)
Ian bradbury
@ianbradbury-bizzibody
Hello. Canyon tell me - can I use Stevia to layout UICollectionView cells?