Our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is made to assist you set up whole PHP frameworks for your site, with absolutely no setup required from you. You no longer need to seek the latest version of a framework for your project and dedicate a long time on downloading as well as installing it. Now you have every tool readily available directly in your Control Panel, introduced in an easy to navigate interface.
Different frameworks offered
Initiate your web projects by employing a framework
There are numerous PHP frameworks on the internet which are rivalling to offer the very best platform for your personal websites. Our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer has some of the most popular and trusted PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each one of these frameworks could very well be integrated with a click and it’s updated to the most recent stable release continuously.
1–click PHP framework set up
Your personal PHP framework is just a mouse click away
The PHP 1 Click Framework Installer was created to operate on the same basic principle as our App Installer – through minimal effort on your end as well as the system performing the hard work on your behalf. PHP frameworks are set up with simply a few mouse clicks with no setup needed from you. All you need to do is pick the place of your respective PHP framework. That’s all.
We keep a record of the set up PHP frameworks and you may un–install every single PHP framework that you don’t want with only a click of the mouse.
The best way to back up a framework
When your information is online, an effective way to shield it is without a doubt by having a backup. You can expect periodic data backup for all of our Linux shared website hosting packages accounts. Having said that, in order to be in complete control, it is possible to back up your frameworks at any time. We’ve built a smart system that lets you make a backup with a mouse click.
There’s no limit for the amount of backup files you can create or how often you may create them. All of the backups are going to be stored in a directory inside of your account. Provided you have free space, you can create as many fresh backups as you need.