Learn how to use the attribute inspector in this video.
- [Instructor] Now that we've got our constraints…in place, I wanted to show you one more thing…that actually is going to look an awful lot…like what you're used to if you're coming from…a Visual Studio environment on Windows…and that is the attributes inspector.…The attributes inspector is going to look…suspiciously like the property inspector…in the other platform.…Let me show you what I mean.…Now I noticed the last time I ran the program…I got a title in my window that just said window.…I'll switch back over to Visual Studio…and run this again and show you what I mean.…
And I can see here that my title is window.…And that's definitely not what we want.…So let's go ahead and close this.…And let's go back into Xcode.…Actually, before I forget, let me go back…into Visual Studio and take this out of release mode…and put it back into debug mode.…All right, now I'll switch back to Xcode…and let's set to changing that window title.…The first thing you'll want to do…is to bring up the attributes inspector.…You can find the attributes inspector right here.…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
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