UIScrollView with AutoLayout

Thursday, May 18th, 2017

Many iOS Developers have one common problem of using AutoLayout with UIScrollView. It is not that difficult, you just need to take few things in mind.

Step 1

Add Scroll View to the main UIView and give constraints with respect to UIView.

Step1 UIScroll

 

Step 2

Add a content view (UIView) inside the ScrollView and give Top, bottom left and right constraints w.r.t ScrollView. And also add equal width and equal height constraints w.r.t main UIView.

Step2a UIScroll

 

Step2b UIScroll

Step 3

Set the equal height constraint’s priority to low if you need vertical scrolling

UI-SCROLL-VIEW

 

height constraint priority

Step 4

Now you can add any contents inside the Content View and add constraints w.r.t ContentView.

Hope you follow all the steps and be able to get AutoLayout with UIScrollView.

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