Our PHP Framework Installer is meant to assist you to add entire PHP frameworks for your web site, with absolutely no setup on your end. You no longer need to seek the newest build of a framework for your project and invest hours on downloading it and setting it up. Now you have got every tool accessible right in your Hosting Control Panel, delivered in a convenient–to–use interface.
A large variety of frameworks on hand
Kick–start your online projects by employing a framework
There are many different PHP frameworks on the web that are competing to offer the best platform for your personal websites. Our PHP Framework Installer has some of the most well–liked and widespread PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
Each one of these frameworks can be integrated with a click of the mouse and it’s upgraded to the newest stable release all the time.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your personal PHP framework is just a click away
The PHP Framework Installer is built to run on the very same basic principle like our App Installer – with little effort needed from you and Site Perch’s system conducting the hard work for you. PHP frameworks are set up with just several mouse clicks without any installation required by you. All you need to do is pick the place of the PHP framework. That’s it.
We keep a log of the installed PHP frameworks and you may un–install every PHP framework you don’t require with a click.
1–click data backup
The easiest method to back up a framework
If your data is online, the most efficient way to safeguard it is undoubtedly by keeping a backup. Site Perch offers regular data backup for our cloud hosting accounts. Even so, if you would like be in control, you’ll be able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We’ve built an intelligent system that lets you create a backup with only a mouse click.
There’s no limit for the number of backup files you can make or how often you could create them. All of the backups are going to be saved in a directory within your account. As long as you have free space, you can make as many new backups as you need.