CKInsetComponent Class Reference

Inherits from CKComponent : NSObject
Declared in CKInsetComponent.h


A component that wraps another component, applying insets around it.

If the child component has a size specified as a percentage, the percentage is resolved against this component’s parent size after applying insets.

@example CKOuterComponent contains an CKInsetComponent with an CKInnerComponent. Suppose that: - CKOuterComponent is 200pt wide. - CKInnerComponent specifies its width as 100%. - The CKInsetComponent has insets of 10pt on every side. CKInnerComponent will have size 180pt, not 200pt, because it receives a parent size that has been adjusted for insets.

If you’re familiar with CSS: CKInsetComponent’s child behaves similarly to “box-sizing: border-box”.

An infinite inset is resolved as an inset equal to all remaining space after applying the other insets and child size. @example An CKInsetComponent with an infinite left inset and 10px for all other edges will position it’s child 10px from the right edge.

+ newWithInsets:component:

Convenience that calls +newWithView:insets:component: with {} for view.

+ (instancetype)newWithInsets:(UIEdgeInsets)insets component:(CKComponent *)child

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+ newWithView:insets:component:

Passed to CKComponent +newWithView:size:. The view, if any, will extend outside the insets.

+ (instancetype)newWithView:(const CKComponentViewConfiguration &)view insets:(UIEdgeInsets)insets component:(CKComponent *)component



Passed to CKComponent +newWithView:size:. The view, if any, will extend outside the insets.


The amount of space to inset on each side.


The wrapped child component to inset. If nil, this method returns nil.

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