I’ve mentioned UICollectionView a number of times most recently in this excellent in-depth tutorial on creating custom UICollectionView layouts.
Here’s an example showing how to use the UICollectionViewFlowLayout object to quickly create a grid style view with content that flows nicely based on a user’s scrolling.
The example populates the UICollectionView with images, and you can see how easy it is to make a great looking view that automatically adjusts for different orientations complete with animations.
Here’s a screenshot of the example in action:
You can find UICollectionViewFlowLayoutExample on Github here.
A nice straightforward example showing how to use UICollectionViewFlowLayout.
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