A flag used to determine how a view lays out its content when its bounds change.
The content mode specifies how the cached bitmap of the view’s layer is adjusted when the view’s bounds change. This property is often used to implement resizable controls. Instead of redrawing the contents of the view every time, you can use this property to specify that you want to scale the contents (either with or without distortion) or pin them to a particular spot on the view.
For a list of values you can assign to this property, see
UIViewContentMode. The default value of this property is
Configuring the Resizing Behavior
Options to specify how a view adjusts its content when its size changes.
The rectangle that defines the stretchable and nonstretchable regions of a view.
Asks the view to calculate and return the size that best fits the specified size.
Resizes and moves the receiver view so it just encloses its subviews.
A Boolean value that determines whether the receiver automatically resizes its subviews when its bounds change.
An integer bit mask that determines how the receiver resizes itself when its superview’s bounds change.