Our PHP Framework Installer was designed to help you integrate full PHP frameworks for your website, with no setup on your end. You don’t need to search for the most up–to–date version of a framework for your project and dedicate a long time on getting it and then configuring it. Now you have every little thing accessible right inside your Site Control Panel, offered in a simple to use interface.
Many different frameworks available
Kick–start your online project by using a framework
You can find numerous PHP frameworks online which are rivalling to offer the very best platform for your personal websites. The PHP Framework Installer offers some of the more well–liked and frequently used 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 modified to the most up–to–date stable version continuously.
1–click PHP framework installment
Your personal PHP framework is simply a click away
The PHP Framework Installer is meant to operate on the same basic principle like our App Installer – with small effort on your end and Best host’s system performing all the hard work on your behalf. PHP frameworks are installed with merely a few clicks with no configuration demanded from you. All you have to do is pick the place of your respective PHP framework. That’s all.
We keep a log of the running PHP frameworks so you can un–install every PHP framework that you don’t need with only a mouse click.
1–click data backup
The fastest method to back up a framework
In case your data is online, the easiest way to secure it is without a doubt by having a backup. We provide regular data backup for our Linux shared hosting service accounts. Yet, if you wish to be in control, you’ll be able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have produced a smart system that allows you to set up a backup with just a click of the mouse.
There is no limit for the quantity of backup files you may create or how often you may make them. All backups are going to be placed in a folder inside your account. Provided you have free space, you may create as many brand new backups as you need.