With this video tutorial I would like to share with you how to fix the “this class is not key value coding-compliant for the key” error message.
Apparently this error message is one of the most common for developers learning to work with Xcode and building their first mobile app user interfaces. It happens when IBOutlet gets renamed or when the UI element associated with the IBOutlet gets deleted but the IBOutlet is still in Swift code.
So, in this Xcode video tutorial I am going to first reproduce the class is not key value coding-compliant error message and then should a couple of ways how to fix it.
Fixing the “Class is not key value coding-compliant for the key” error
To learn other Xcode tips and Tricks, check our the below three blog posts of mine which contain many more useful Xcode video tutorials:
- Xcode Tips and Tricks to Work with Layout Constraints and Views
- Xcode Tips and Tricks to Work with Images
- Xcode Code Snippets Library. Creating and Customizing Xcode Snippets.
I hope this blog post is of great value to you!