When using the PHP Framework Installer incorporated in the AutomatedWebhost.net Hosting Control Panel, it’s easy to get a completely new PHP framework for your brand–new enterprise. No need to try to find the most current variant of a framework and then spend your time installing it. All you have to do is only pick the location of the PHP framework and then click the Install button.
A range of frameworks available
Commence your online project by employing a framework
There’s a lot of PHP frameworks on the web which are fighting to provide the best platform for your personal websites. The PHP Framework Installer features some of the most well–known and widely used PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each one of these frameworks may be installed with a click of the mouse and it is upgraded to the most up–to–date stable release all the time.
1–click PHP framework set up
Your personal PHP framework is only a mouse click away
Installing a PHP framework can be hard and complicated, because you need to make sure you get the most up–to–date stable edition as well as have abilities to configure it yourself. Using the PHP Framework Installer, we aim to fix this problem. The Installer allows you to set up a full PHP framework in just a minute, without any additional setup required.
We have made an effort to shorten the installation process as much as possible. Everything you should do is tell the Installer where you want your PHP framework to be installed and the smart system is going to do all the rest.
The best method to back up a framework
Whenever your data is online, the most effective way to shield it is by keeping a backup. We provide regular data backup for every one of the Linux shared hosting accounts. On the other hand, if you want to be in complete control, you can actually back up your frameworks at any moment. We have produced an intelligent system that allows you to generate a backup with merely a mouse click.
There is no limit for the amount of backup files you could make or on how frequently you can create them. All backups are going to be saved in a directory inside of your account. If you have free space, you can create as many completely new backups as you need.