Show layout bounds in iOS

On Android, we have an option called `Show layout bounds`, which allows us to see bounding areas of your views displayed in vibrant blue and purple.

- [Layout bounds](http://tysmith.me/post/27035355999/layoutbounds)

Border

On iOS, with the help of runtime, we can do the same. Using [Border](https://github.com/onmyway133/border)

All you have to do is

How Border works

The idea is to swizzle `didMoveToSuperview` in `constructor`

Reference

- [How exactly does __attribute__((constructor)) work?](http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2053029/how-exactly-does-attribute-constructor-work)
- [__attribute__ directives in Objective-C](https://blog.twitter.com/2014/attribute-directives-in-objective-c)
- [__attribute__](http://nshipster.com/__attribute__/)

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