How to successfully add an image in Storyboard in Xcode 6 in Swift?
I’m very new to Xcode (2 days) and so far I’m finding it fairly frustrating. I’m just trying to add an image to my app’s ViewController via he Storyboard, but it does not appear on the simulator. Could someone assist me?
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Solutions Collect From Internet About “How to successfully add an image in Storyboard in Xcode 6 in Swift?”
- if you are trying an example project of XCode, you may find a “Images.xcassets” folder in project. Drag your image into this folder.
- then go to storyboard, focus on your “Image View”.
- in the attributes list, “Image” field, you can choose the image in it’s drop-down menu.
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