CapTech will sponsor the 5th CocoaConf Columbus this July 10th–11th. The conference has something for every developer, featuring two tracks and 20 breakout and general sessions. CapTecher, Jack Cox will be presenting, 'Solving Problems in Auto Layout' on July 10th.
Jack Cox is a software developer, systems architect, and Managing Director at CapTech Consulting. where he is responsible for the firm's mobile software practice. Jack's love of software development and all things mobile has driven a career developing software for businesses of all sizes including large-scale transaction processing systems, embedded software, and smart-phone software. Jack co-authored the book 'Professional iOS Network Programming' (Wiley). He has been involved in several startups, holds multiple patents and frequently presents to professional groups. He has a degree in computer science from Taylor University in Upland, Indiana. Jack lives in Richmond, Virginia with his wife and children.
Auto layout is hard. It requires developers to think different about structuring and manipulating views. If the developer doesn't express themselves precisely the results can be grotesque. This talk will cover some uses of auto layout that bedevil developers like: using auto layout in scroll views, self sizing tables and collections, debugging conflicts, and animating views when auto layout is involved. The talk will provide both the principles behind auto layout and practical examples of ways to solve these problems.