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Note: This post is an upgrade of the original post…
Last week, I saw that Gumroad was preparing a campaign called Small Product Lab that encourages creators to build a product from scratch and publish it in 10 days.
Despite being busy with all sorts of stuff, I was still very tempted to participate. I started brainstorming about a few ideas that I could actually build & launch in 10 days. Since the project is called Small Product Lab, I asked myself “What’s the smallest product I could make that will still help iOS developers?”
iOS development is a huge topic but something kept coming up consistently – Auto Layout. A lot of developers are struggling with it and I know from personal experience that it can be quite hard to get that eureka moment, when all becomes much clearer. I played around with the idea for a day or two, then decided to go for it.
Since I didn’t have much time, I focused on the very basics of Auto Layout and the principles which one can use to start building better user interfaces with Auto Layout.
10 days later my ebook called Auto Layout Fundamentals for iOS was launched!
Check it out on Gumroad and get it while the price is still $9! I’ll be adding a few chapters next month (July) and raising the price to $19 (existing customers will get the update for free).
PS: If you like this, it would mean a lot to me if you could share it with your friends and help spread the word! Here’s a predefined tweet to save you time (opens a popup and you can edit before tweeting).
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