All Versions
18
Latest Version
Avg Release Cycle
52 days
Latest Release
24 days ago

Changelog History
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  • v4.7.2

    November 13, 2019
    • 🛠 Fixes the issue described in #123 where equation api had bugs when using >= & <= with single values. Props @jsonfellin for noticing, thanks @excursus for chiming in 🙏

    Before

    view.Width \>= 30 ≠ view.width(\>=30) view.Width \>= 30 was equivalent to view.Width \>= Width + 30 (Wrong) view.Botton \>= 100 was equivalent to view.Bottom \>= Bottom + 100 (Wrong) view.Right \>= 100 was equivalent to view.Right \>= Right + 100 (Wrong)
    

    Now

    view.Width \>= 30 == view.width(\>=30) view.Height \<= 100 == view.height(\<=100) view.Botton \>= 100 == view.Bottom \>= Bottom - 100view.Right \>= 100 == view.Right \>= Right - 100
    
    • 🍱 Big thanks @lukysnupy for his first contribution on improving our SPM integration 👏
  • v4.7.1

    November 04, 2019

    🚀 ⚠️ Warning, this release adds support for RTL languages which represents quite a big change. If you use this version, make sure to check you app for any layout issue and please report them :)

    • Visual format now supports right-to-left language meaning |-20-myview means myView is pinned to the right in a right-to-left language environment.
    • ➕ Adds leading trailing support in the chainable api.

    Debug Tip

    You can force RTL rendering by using view.semanticContentAttribute = .forceRightToLeft in your view.

  • v4.7.0

    November 04, 2019
  • v4.6.1

    October 16, 2019
  • v4.6.0

    September 30, 2019

    🔄 Changed

    • ➕ Adds support for Xcode11 & Swift 5.1
  • v4.5.0

    April 02, 2019

    ⚡️ Updates to swift 5 🚀

  • v4.4.4

    March 09, 2019

    fillContainer now returns self to make it chainable (courtesy of @n13 )

  • v4.4.3

    January 03, 2019

    🔄 Changed

    🛠 Fixes Equation api >= broken operator

  • v4.4.2

    January 03, 2019

    🔄 Changed

    🛠 Fixes view.bottom/top/right/leftConstraint possibly returning wrong constraint if the one you want is not there yet. (looking for constraint in the view itself after looking for it in the superview) The fix makes sure it only looks for the constraint in the view itself for width and height constraints, that corresponds to constraints added via width/heightAnchors api.

  • v4.4.1

    December 28, 2018