Our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is built to assist you to mount large PHP frameworks for your web site, with zero configuration on your end. You don’t need to look for the most up–to–date version of a framework for your enterprise and commit many hours on downloading and configuring it. Now you have got every instrument on hand right in your Web Control Panel, presented in a simple to use interface.
Numerous frameworks offered
Launch your online projects using a framework
You will discover numerous PHP frameworks online that are competing to provide the perfect platform for your sites. Our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer features some of the most well–liked and trusted PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
Each one of these frameworks can be set up with a click of the mouse and is also updated to the most current stable release consistently.
1–click PHP framework incorporation
Your PHP framework is only a mouse click away
The PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is created to help you get started with your web projects very easy. In the tool we’ve included The Host Factory’s fast setup technique which gives you an option to enter your requirements and launch the installation process with simply a mouse click.
It’s easy to install a PHP framework with just a click. What you need to do is select where to incorporate on the server. Our smart tool will do the configuration job on your behalf, to help you begin using your framework right away.
1–click data backup
The easiest approach to back up a framework
Once your info is online, the easiest way to protect it is undoubtedly by keeping a backup. We provide you with systematic data backup for every one of our Linux web hosting accounts. Then again, if you desire to be in complete control, you’ll be able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We’ve made a smart system that lets you generate a backup with simply a click of the mouse.
There’s no limit for the number of backup files you can make or on how frequently you may make them. All backups are going to be stored in a directory in your account. As long as you have available space, you can create as many new backups as you want.