Go to the EZWeb workspace and download the latest release of my EZWeb application framework. As I post, 63 people downloaded the first release. I am pleased that there is interest in this project. I fixed a bug involving the use of Request.ApplicationPath.
If I ran EZWeb in a virtual directory, Request.ApplicationPath would return “/ezweb”, but if I ran it as the root web, it would return “/”. This is inconsistent, so I created a property on my base page called “AppPath” where I correctly determine the path of the application wherever it happens to run. I used Page.ResolveUrl(”~/”), and this always gives me the correct application path.
If you don’t already have your own framework for web applications, EZWeb is a great place to start. If you are just looking for a website that will run itself and will be easy to edit, EZWeb is also for you.
If you have implemented EZWeb on a public website, send me the URL, so I can check it out!!!