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Eluss / lenses.swift
Created Jun 27, 2019
Kickstart your app with lenses
View lenses.swift
struct Dog {
var name: String
}
struct Person {
var name: String
var age: Int
var dog: Dog
}
View PersonViewModel.swift
class DetailedPersonViewModel: PersonViewModel {
var title: String
var birthday: String
var dateFormatter = DateFormatter()
init(person: Person) {
title = person.firstName + " " + person.lastName
dateFormatter.dateStyle = .short
birthday = dateFormatter.string(from: person.birthday)
View PersonView2.swift
protocol PersonViewModel {
var title: String {get}
var birthday: String {get}
func doSomeWork()
}
class PersonView: UIView {
private var titleLabel: UILabel!
private var birthdayLabel: UILabel!
private var workButton: UIButton!
View PersonView1.swift
class PersonView: UIView {
private var titleLabel: UILabel!
private var birthdayLabel: UILabel!
private var workButton: UIButton!
private var person: Person
private var dateFormatter = DateFormatter()
View personModel.swift
struct Person {
 var firstName: String
 var lastName: String
 var birthday: Date
}
View MoveAnchor.swift
var buttonLeftConstraint: NSLayoutConstraint?
func pureLayout() {
buttonLeftConstraint = animateButton.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .left, withInset: 20)
animateButton.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .top, withInset: 50)
animateButton.autoSetDimensions(to: CGSize(width: 100, height: 100))
}
func animate() {
UIView.animate(withDuration: 1) {
View ScrollWithSurpriseAnchor.swift
func pureLayout() {
scrollView.autoPinEdgesToSuperviewEdges(with: .zero)
scrollView.autoPinEdge(.bottom, to: .bottom, of: longer, withOffset: 20)
box.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .top, withInset: 150)
box.autoAlignAxis(toSuperviewAxis: .vertical)
box.autoSetDimensions(to: CGSize(width: 100, height: 100))
circle.autoPinEdge(.bottom, to: .bottom, of: self.view, withOffset: -20, relation: .lessThanOrEqual)
circle.autoPinEdge(.bottom, to: .top, of: longer, withOffset: -20, relation: .lessThanOrEqual)
View ScrollViewAnchor.swift
func pureLayout() {
scrollView.autoPinEdgesToSuperviewEdges(with: .zero)
scrollView.autoPinEdge(.bottom, to: .bottom, of: longer, withOffset: 20)
box.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .top, withInset: 50)
box.autoPinEdge(.left, to: .left, of: self.view, withOffset: 20)
box.autoSetDimensions(to: CGSize(width: 100, height: 100))
circle.autoPinEdge(.top, to: .top, of: box)
circle.autoPinEdge(.right, to: .right, of: self.view, withOffset: -20)
View SimpleAnchor.swift
func pureLayout() {
box.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .top, withInset: 50)
box.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .left, withInset: 20)
box.autoSetDimensions(to: CGSize(width: 100, height: 100))
circle.autoPinEdge(.top, to: .top, of: box)
circle.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .right, withInset: 20)
circle.autoSetDimensions(to: CGSize(width: 100, height: 100))
longer.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .left, withInset: 20)
View UpdateConstraints.swift
var buttonLeftConstraint: NSLayoutConstraint?
func pureLayout() {
buttonLeftConstraint = animateButton.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .left, withInset: 20)
animateButton.autoPinEdge(toSuperviewEdge: .top, withInset: 50)
animateButton.autoSetDimensions(to: CGSize(width: 100, height: 100))
}
func animate() {
UIView.animate(withDuration: 1) {
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