Our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is built to make it easier to install complete PHP frameworks for your website, with absolutely no configuration required from you. You no longer need to search for the most current variant of a framework for your projects and invest many hours on downloading as well as setting it up. Now you have got every tool on hand right in your Hosting Control Panel, delivered in an easy to navigate interface.
A range of frameworks on hand
Launch your web undertaking with a framework
Via the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer incorporated into the EXPRESShostings Hosting Control Panel, it will be easy to install numerous PHP frameworks, each one supplying a special set of features and uses: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each PHP framework is updated to the latest stable release and its installment needs no setup whatsoever.
1–click PHP framework installment
Your personal PHP framework is merely a mouse click away
Installing a PHP framework can be challenging and complex, given that you need to ensure you get the most recent stable release and have knowledge to configure it without any help. Using the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer, we make an effort to remedy this issue. The Installer helps you to set up a full PHP framework in just a moment, without any additional setup necessary.
We’ve attempted to simplify the installation procedure a lot. Everything you should do is tell the Installer exactly where you want the PHP framework to be put in place and the clever system is going to do all the rest.
The easiest solution to back up a framework
In case your data is online, an effective way to safeguard it is undoubtedly by maintaining a backup. You can expect routine data backup for each of our Linux shared packages accounts. Having said that, if you would like be in complete control, it is possible to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have created a smart system that enables you to set up a backup with just a click.
There’s no limit for the quantity of backup files you may create or how frequently you can make them. All of the backups are going to be stored in a folder inside of your account. When you have available space, you can make as many brand new backups as you need.