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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App with Swift Improving Our User Interface Adapting Our Content

Camron Schwoegler
Camron Schwoegler
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Using Misplaced Views vs. Pin Menu

In the video Pasan fixes the label height issue using two different methods:

  1. Manually adding a constraint using the Pin Menu
  2. Using the Update Frame option from the Misplaced Views Issue popup

On the surface both of these methods seem the same but I noticed that the second method doesn't actually add a constraint, it only resizes the bounding rectangle of the label. Can this method then lead to unforeseen behavior in the future since there is not a height constraint attached to the label?