Called when a designable object is created in Interface Builder.
- iOS 8.0+
- macOS 10.10+
- tvOS 9.0+
When Interface Builder instantiates a class with the
IB attribute, it calls this method to let the resulting object know that it was created at design time. You can implement this method in your designable classes and use it to configure their design-time appearance. For example, you might use the method to configure a custom text control with a default string. The system does not call this method; only Interface Builder calls it.
Interface Builder waits until all objects in a graph have been created and initialized before calling this method. So if your object’s runtime configuration relies on subviews or parent views, those objects should exist by the time this method is called.
Your implementation of this method must call
super at some point so that parent classes can perform their own custom setup.