Inside the A Local Website Web Hosting Control Panel, you will find a practical tool that will enable you to use a new PHP framework within seconds. The Frameworks Installer tool automates the full operation on your behalf, therefore disposes of the requirement to get a hold of, integrate and then also configure your framework prior to starting the project. You’re equipped to start up your framework centered venture immediately, with minimal effort.
A range of frameworks on hand
Commence your online undertaking using a framework
When using the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer built into the A Local Website Web Hosting Control Panel, it will be easy to install different PHP frameworks, each one offering a distinct number of characteristics and uses: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Every PHP framework is updated to the present stable release and its installation requires no setup at all.
1–click PHP framework set up
Your PHP framework is just a click away
Installing a PHP framework can be tough and complex, because you have to make sure you find the latest stable release and also have capabilities to configure it yourself. With the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer, we hope to fix this challenge. The Installer will let you set up a complete PHP framework in just a moment, without having any additional setup necessary.
We have made an effort to simplify the set up process as much as it is possible. All you should do is notify the Installer precisely where you would like the PHP framework to be put in place and A Local Website’s smart system will conduct the rest.
The best option to back up a framework
Whenever your info is online, an effective way to defend it is without a doubt by maintaining a backup. We provide routine data backup for all of our Linux cloud hosting plans accounts. Nonetheless, in order to be in control, it is possible to back up your frameworks at any time. We’ve built an intelligent system that allows you to generate a backup with a click of the mouse.
There is no limit for the amount of backup files you can make or how frequently you may make them. All backups will be saved in a directory within your account. Provided that you have available space, you can make as many new backups as you need.