The C++ Web Framework (CWF) is a MVC web framework, Open Source, under MIT License, using C++ with Qt to be used in the development of web applications. The CWF was designed to consume few computational resources, such as memory and processing, and have a low response time for requests. With MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture, where you can create classes to take care of the business layer (Model), use CSTL (C++ Server Pages Standard Tag Library) within the Web Pages to take care of data presentation (View) and use the controllers as a between the two layers (Controller). The CWF had inspirations in Java Servlets, JSTL and Spring Framework. The CWF has only one configuration file, called CPPWeb.ini and a policy of using only C++ and Qt in the development of its components in order to avoid the installation of numerous libraries and conflicts, maintain multiplatform characteristics, facilitate installation and keep the learning curve low in order to make web development as simple as possible, even for beginners.