Discussion in 'iOS Development' started by thund3r, Aug 15, 2010.
The title says it all.
Interface Builder Action used to fro example play a sound when click on a button or change view or play a movie.
Nononono, wrong. (Not wrong technically, but you should give a more complete answer)
IBAction is a way to link a method to Interface Builder.
It's a typedef for void, meaning that that method should not return any values.
(It's pretty much the same as if you did -(void)blahblah;, just that Interface Builder will recognize it and you'll be able to assign it to actions)
Correct. @ OP: If you're curious, 'IBOutlet' is a macro that "expands" to nothing (Interface Builder uses it to recognize outlets pre-compile time).
Yes that is the complete version but I was just making it easy for the OP to understand.
Your answer was way too vague.
Separate names with a comma.