Our PHP Framework Installer is designed to assist you use complete PHP frameworks for your web site, with no setup required from you. You don’t need to look for the newest release of a framework for your enterprise and spend a lot of time on getting it and installing it. Now you’ve got every instrument on hand in your Control Panel, presented in a user friendly interface.

Different frameworks on hand

Launch your web undertaking using a framework

Using the PHP Framework Installer built into the Plenty-Hosting Control Panel, it’s possible to incorporate distinctive PHP frameworks, all of them featuring an alternative range of features and functionalities: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.

Each PHP framework is modernized to the current stable version and its installment calls for no setup in any way.

Various PHP frameworks available

1–click PHP framework setting up

Your personal PHP framework is just a mouse click away

The PHP Framework Installer is meant to run on exactly the same basic principle as our App Installer – with minimum effort required from you and also our system executing the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are set up with simply a few mouse clicks without any installation required from you. Everything you should do is choose the spot of the PHP framework. That’s all.

We have a log of the installed PHP frameworks so you can un–install every PHP framework that you don’t want with only a click.

1-click PHP framework installation

1–click backup

The easiest technique to back up a framework

As soon as your information is online, the simplest way to protect it is by keeping a backup. Our company offers regular data backup for all of our Linux cloud hosting accounts. Nevertheless, if you need to be in full control, it is possible to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have made an intelligent system that allows you to make a backup with merely a click.

There is no limit for the number of backup files you may create or on how often you could make them. All of the backups are going to be stored in a folder inside your account. If you have free space, you can create as many completely new backups as you want.

1-click backup