Learn how to expose your table and columns to the view controller using outlets.
- [Instructor] The next step…in connecting our table to our code…is going to be to expose the outlets that we need…on several of these components.…It's actually a two-step process.…The first step is to export the table view itself.…So I'll come over to Table View…here in the interface hierarchy…and I'm going to scroll this…assistant editor over a little bit…so I have a little bit more room…and then I'll scroll this over a little bit…so I have a little bit more room.…
And remember if you're not seeing this particular pane,…you can click the double circles here…and it'll pop right in for you.…When you do that though,…always make sure that you're dealing with the right file.…In this case, I know I am…because I can see all my previous work here,…but you want to scroll up here to the top…and make sure that you're on ViewController.h.…Now that we're in the right file,…let's go ahead and Control + Drag our reference over.…So I'll go back over to interface hierarchy,…I'll click it just to make sure it's selected,…Control + Click,…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
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