CAConstraintLayoutManager class provides a constraint-based layout manager. You use the shared instance of this object by assigning it to the
layoutManager property of any layer objects to which you have added constraints. During a layout update, Core Animation uses the layout manager to update the size and position of the sublayers based on the registered set of constraints.
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Constraints let you define a set of geometric relationships between a layer and its sibling layers or between a layer and its superlayer. These relationships are expressed using constraint objects, which are instances of the
CAConstraint class. When creating constraints, you can reference a layer by name using that object’s
name property. You can also use the special name
superlayer to refer to the layer's superlayer.
This class is not meant to be subclassed.