I'm trying to build a collection view (Xcode 8, Swift 3) which shows two cells per row. Every cell in the collection view has (top to bottom):
- An ImageView
- A Title label
- A Subtitle label
I have set up the cell in storyboard as follows:
- Cell Size: 250 x 258
- ImageView pinned to the container cell (0 top, 0 leading and 0 trailing) pinned to the Title label (10 bottom)
- Title label pinned to the container cell (12 leading, 12 trailing) and to the subtitle label (-0.5 bottom)
- Subtitle label pinned to the container cell (12 leading, 12 trailing, 0 bottom)
- Section insets 10 all around
- Min spacing 10 for lines
Then in my controller's viewDidLoad I set the following:
let width = collectionView!.frame.width / 2
let layout = collectionViewLayout as! UICollectionViewFlowLayout
layout.itemSize = CGSize(width: width - 15, height: width - 4)
When I run the app, apparently everything looks fine. However if I start scrolling up and down or change to a different tab and return, some of the images appear taller than they should (the cell remains the same size for every item but the image is taller and pushes the label beneath).
I'm assuming this is an issue with autolayout but I'm not sure how to make it so that the collection view shows two cells per row while keeping the image within the cells at the same ratio (images are rectangular 250 x 197). I can't set fixed width and height values for the image because I need it to scale proportionally depending on screen size.
I have looked online for solutions but most collection view tutorials work with square images where the same value is set for width and height so they don't go into how to maintain proportions in rectangular images.