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How to make separate constraints for Landcape and Portrait Orientation

‪Is there an easier way to set different constraints for landscape and portrait orientation? My solution has been to IBOutlet each constraint and then place them in two separate functions to be called when orientation changes. Just thinking there must be an easier way. Lol‬

Hey bro, I think you can accomplish what you're seeking by using size classes. One of the core concepts behind adaptive layout is size classes. A size class is a property applied to any view or view controller that represents the amount of content that can be displayed in a given horizontal or vertical dimension.

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Myron Hicks thanks man! Appreciate the answer. Another friend told me the same thing. I implemented size classes and it corrected the issue I was having. Thanks again!