Uncaught exception: This class is not key value coding-compliant<>
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This is normally caused by a link from your storyboard to a non existent property. Double check all the links from objects in your storyboard. Also if you have changed the name or spelling of a property or method it can still have a reference to the old one.
For those who are facing the same issue and has already made sure that the IBOutlets are alright (at least look fine in Interface Builder): make sure you have the module (see the attached image) for your view controller set to "Current - $(PROJECT_NAME)".
I was having a similar issue. I had changed the fields required by the user and renamed a couple of fields.
I made all the necessary changes in parse (dropped and added columns). The backend was not the problem.
Your interface builder source code still contains the old attributes.
To solve right click on main.storyboard -> Open As -> Source Code....look for the fields that you removed or renamed ...delete or modified them ...it depends changes you made.
in your case did you rename theLoadMethod from something else?
hope this helps someone out there.
Simply navigate to your Main.storyboard code by right clicking and selecting the source code tab, then remove the previous entry which is stored (the application stores previous entries, just remove that).
I also encountered with a similar error. I solved the problem by means of changing Build Location to Custom in the settings of XCode after updating it. Just set this field to 'Relative to Workspace' and that's it.