Hi, I created a framework following a tutorial, where firstly an static library is created, next an Aggregate target is added for supporting all processors architectures, and finally a bundle target is added for managing resources. So at the end of this tutorial I got a .framework file and a .bundle file, I have to copy these two files to the project where I want to use my framework features. In the resources bundle I have a storyboard where I have a view controller scene with Storyboard ID: captureview and Custom Class: CaptureViewController that I created, Also I'm using a label with Custom Class: KAProgressLabel that I've included in my framework. CaptureViewController.h CaptureViewController.m What I want to do basically is to open a that view controller scene that is in the framework storyboard, from a third-party app. To achieve this I have the following function in my framework that receive the current view controller of the third-party app: To load the framework bundle I use the following function: So, when I include my framework in the third-party app and call the showMessageInViewController function: The view that is in the storyboard is launched, but the viewDidLoad function of CaptureViewController is never executed and I' got the following output: Unknown class CaptureViewController in Interface Builder file. Unknown class KAProgressLabel in Interface Builder file. So it's like the storyboard could not find my framework custom classes. Am I doing something wrong? How should I manage my framework resources?