Our PHP Framework Installer was created to aid you incorporate whole PHP frameworks for your site, with absolutely no setup required from you. You no longer need to seek the newest release of a framework for your projects and waste a lot of time on downloading it as well as installing it. Now you have got everything available right in your Control Panel, introduced in a user–friendly and uncomplicated interface.
Different frameworks on hand
Launch your web projects using a framework
You will discover numerous PHP frameworks on the internet that are competing to provide the greatest platform for your sites. The PHP Framework Installer includes probably the most preferred and widespread PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Every one of these frameworks can be set up with a click and it’s modified to the latest stable version at all times.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your personal PHP framework is simply a click away
The PHP Framework Installer is designed to aid you to start your web projects really easy. Inside the tool you’ll find included Start-N-Point’s instant setup technique that gives you an option to enter your requirements and start the set up process with only a mouse click.
Now it’s possible to set up a PHP framework with a click of the mouse. All you have to do is choose where to install it on the server. Our clever tool is going to handle the configuration job on your behalf, which enables you to begin using your framework as soon as possible.
1–click data backup
The quickest option to back up a framework
When your info is online, the best way to defend it is by having a backup. We provide frequent data backup for every one of our hosting accounts. Having said that, if you’d like to be in absolute control, you are able to back up your frameworks at any time. We’ve made a smart system that allows you to create a backup with merely a click of the mouse.
There is no limit for the amount of backup files you can create or on how often you can make them. All of the backups are going to be saved in a folder in your account. Provided that you have free space, you could make as many completely new backups as you need.