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If you are working with ColdFusion, look into this one. Some of you may have worked with or heard of Fusebox. Version 5.0 is now available. It is a proven product, has been around for a while, and is widely used. If you are looking for something a little more OO, maybe you've tried Model-Glue. If you don't like working with xml files, take a look at this one ...CFWheels. CFWheels is one of the newest frameworks (currently version .52). CFWheels is the ColdFusion version of Ruby on Rails. It uses the same terminology, performs the same type of operations (complete with scaffolds), but with ColdFusion under the covers. From the web site: Wheels is based on the MVC design pattern to help you organize your code into logical units that do a specific job. It doesn't rely on events, listeners or anything else that most other ColdFusion frameworks depend on. And unlike those, you don't need advanced degrees in computer science theory to use Wheels to build amazing sites and applications. Go to the web site: