Good application frameworks?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Building Controls' started by BillW, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. BillW

    BillW Guest

    Any recommendations for general application frameworks that sit on top of
    ..net to make writing web apps easier? Basically along the lines of the MS
    Application Blocks where things like handling error trapping, configuration,
    database stuff are handled. But also extending into areas such as
    navigation, making it easier to create edit pages or lookup and search
    pages, wrapping complex data objects to hide some of the 1:M nasties,
    transactions, etc.

    Mixing and matching opensource and free MS stuff is fine. But I'm also
    interested in any robust commercial options if there's anything interesting
    out there.

    Thanks

    wolfereeno a t yahoo.com
    BillW, Jul 26, 2005
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  2. BillW

    Matt Guest

    The 2.0 framework tries to address some of these issues. There are new
    controls and wizards for authentication and creating users. Master
    pages make navigation easier.
    Matt, Jul 27, 2005
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