I’m not going to lie. Autolayout is a massive pain. But. Ultimately it’s very powerful and you’re best to just go through the pain and learn it.
Even so, you should also get a bit familiar with it, then learn about the concept of self-sizing table view cells. It’s quite important. Basically, as long as there is a clearly defined way for a
UITableViewCell to determine its own height via the auto-layout constraints, dynamic table view cells are pretty easy.
Unfortunately, there is a lot to learn:
How to make sure a
UITableViewCell autosizes when you have a label that you want to wrap around onto multiple lines.
1. Pin the Label at top left, bottom, right.
2. Edit the right constraint to be “Greater than or Equal to”, and then set the constant to be the right-most you want to allow that (probably view margin).
3. Set that right-most constraint’s priority to 750 (high), then set (on the Label!) it’s content compression resistance priority to 749.
Should be fine now.