re: From Storyboards to Code in iOS VIEW POST

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re: I encourage everyone to use storyboards first. It's not a fit-all solution, and sometimes you'll need to use a .xib or code, but storyboard should ...
 

I definitely agree with this, trying storyboards before code is a good idea because then you have an opportunity to learn the ropes of the auto-layout system in an easier environment. Once you go from storyboards to code, it’s much easier than just going into code because then you generally understand how it all works.

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