In my previous post about a memory leak, I was talking about EZWeb, and I’ve fixed the problem, profiled the app and have now released v1.1 of EZWeb on GotDotNet. For those of you who don’t know, EZWeb is an ASP.NET web application framework as well as a content management system all in one. It incorporates master pages functionality as well as Theming and skinning. But it does this in .Net v1.1. It takes building a web application from coding to configuring. ASP.NET 2.0 says you’ll write less code, but what if you could write even less code than that! With EZWeb, you could write a .Net application, and you would only have to write your business logic and screens specific to YOUR functionality. You wouldn’t have to worry about writing code or markup to keep the site consistent. I’m currently working on a port to ASP.NET 2.0, and I’ll take advantage of master pages and the actual theme feature in v2.0, but for now, EZWeb can give you those features using ASP.NET 1.1. Go check it out.