Through the PHP Framework Installer incorporated in the WebHosting-Store.net Control Panel, it’s easy to install a brand new PHP framework for your new project. No need to do a search for the most current release of a framework and spend time setting it up. All you need to do is simply select the location of the PHP framework and then click the Install button.
A range of frameworks offered
Kick–start your web project by employing a framework
You will discover numerous PHP frameworks on the internet that are rivalling to provide the very best platform for your personal web sites. Our PHP Framework Installer features some of the most well–known and trusted PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
All these frameworks could very well be integrated with a click of the mouse and it is kept updated to the most recent stable release consistently.
1–click PHP framework setting up
Your personal PHP framework is just a mouse click away
The PHP Framework Installer is built to operate on exactly the same basic principle as our App Installer – using little effort on your end as well as the system conducting all the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are set up with merely several clicks without any installation required on your part. All you have to do is pick the spot of the PHP framework. That’s it.
We maintain a record of the mounted PHP frameworks and you can un–install every PHP framework which you don’t require with just a click of the mouse.
1–click data backup
The easiest way for you to back up a framework
If your data is online, an effective way to defend it is by having a backup. You can expect systematic data backup for every one of the Linux shared hosting services accounts. Nevertheless, if you wish to be in full control, you are able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We’ve made an intelligent system that enables you to generate a backup with a click.
There’s no limit for the quantity of backup files you could make or how often you could make them. All of the backups are going to be placed in a directory in your own account. Provided that you have free space, you may create as many new backups as you need.