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László Győri82,430 Points
Why not use IBOutlet Arrays here as well?
Working through both Playlist app (Obj-C and Swift) tutorials I've noticed that they take a different approach in connecting the UIImageViews to the code. The Swift one uses a less efficient version i.e. doing it one by one and adding them to an array later, instead of using IBOutlet collections like the Obj-C version.
@IBOutlet var playlistImageViews: Array<UIImageView>!
This works just fine for me. Am I missing something here?