A framework for creating native iOS applications

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Ben TossellHunterPro@bentossell · newCo
Check out: - the Demo - the Sample Application - and Examples
Gabriel Lewis@gabriel__lewis · 🤔
@bentossell Interesting concept. I personally prefer using autolayout and Xcode interface builder, but I can still see how this could be useful.
Greg BrownMaker@gk_brown · Mobile Developer, Smart Destinations
@gabriel__lewis MarkupKit includes a number of view classes that use auto layout internally to automatically arrange the views you declare in markup. You can use these standalone or in conjunction with views and constraints that you create in Interface Builder or programmatically. You can also use the new UIStackView class that was added in iOS 9. See this article for an example:
Greg BrownMaker@gk_brown · Mobile Developer, Smart Destinations
@gabriel__lewis Here's an article I just posted that goes into a bit more detail about MarkupKit's auto layout support: