Our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is built to aid you incorporate entire PHP frameworks for your website, with absolutely no setup on your end. You don’t need to seek the most current variant of a framework for your project and devote numerous hours on downloading it and configuring it. Now you have got every little thing on hand directly in your Site Control Panel, provided in a simple to operate interface.
A range of frameworks accessible
Get started with your web undertaking by using a framework
Through the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer incorporated into the OntWeb.com Site Control Panel, it’s possible to set up diverse PHP frameworks, all of them offering a special number of capabilities and functionalities: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
Each individual PHP framework is upgraded to the present stable version and its installment demands no setup at all.
1–click PHP framework installing
Your personal PHP framework is simply a click away
The PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is designed to operate on the very same basic principle like our App Installer – using minimal effort needed from you and our system conducting the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are installed with merely a number of mouse clicks without any setup demanded on your part. All you must do is specify the place of your PHP framework. That’s it.
We keep a log of the running PHP frameworks and you’re able to un–install every PHP framework which you don’t want with a mouse click.
The best approach to back up a framework
Once your data is online, the most effective way to secure it is undoubtedly by having a backup. We offer regular data backup for all of the Linux shared packages accounts. However, if you desire to be in absolute control, you can actually back up your frameworks at any time. We have produced a clever system that allows you to create a backup with merely a mouse click.
There’s no limit for the number of backup files you can make or how frequently you could create them. All of the backups are going to be stored in a directory in your account. So long as you have available space, you can create as many fresh backups as you want.