Thursday, April 25, 2013

Auto Layout Performance on iOS

Auto Layout made its first appearance with Mac OS X Lion. One year later Apple introduced it on iOS 6 as the new and preferred way of laying out views (Auto Layout is enabled by default). It's main advantage is that it allows for more flexible layouts when dealing with multiple screen sizes, interface orientations and languages. The project I'm currently working on with Chris Eidhof uses Auto Layout for most of its interface layout. However, as the project was nearing its final stages and we started to look more into performance issues, the question arose how Auto Layout actually impacts performance. We found ourselves disabling Auto Layout in more and more places, because it had a significant performance hit.

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