Clicking the button in the simulator throws an error.
I followed his steps exactly, but I get an error when I click the button we built in this video.
Here is what the error looks like. https://www.dropbox.com/s/8044m370jyoxfrz/Screenshot%202017-01-23%2022.28.59.png?dl=0
David Papandrew8,386 Points
That type of error usually indicates some sort of problematic outlet connection. If you are familiar with the storyboard editor in Xcode, go to the project's storyboard and then open the "document outline" and then on the document outline find the "View Controller" in the hierarchy. Right click and you'll see a popup panel that includes a section labeled "Outlets". It's possible you have a duplicate outlet listed there (maybe you only partially deleted an earlier outlet?). I can't know without seeing the output of this panel, but that is a good place to check first.
If you do see a duplicate or incomplete outlet, you can delete it by clicking on the "x" on this popup panel.
That was it. So deleting the @IBoutlet line of code does not actually delete the connection?