Drag & Drop IBOutlets and IBActions With the Xcode Assistant Editor [Video]
April 14, 2016

Did you know you can add IBOutlets & IBActions in Xcode without ever typing IBOutlet or IBAction? Here’s how to drag & drop connections from your storyboards to get Xcode to generate the code.

I know I usually write up my tutorials but this technique is just so much easier to follow as a video. Enjoy!


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