Instantiates objects in the nib file with the specified owner.
- macOS 10.8+
The object to set as the Nib’s owner (File’s Owner).
On return, an array containing the top-level objects of the nib.
YES if the nib is instantiated; otherwise
Unlike legacy methods, the objects adhere to standard Cocoa memory management rules; it is necessary to keep a strong reference to the objects or the array to prevent the nib contents from being deallocated.
Outlets to top level objects should be strong references to demonstrate ownership and prevent deallocation.