Our PHP Framework Installer is meant to allow you to add whole PHP frameworks for your web site, with absolutely no setup on your end. You don’t need to seek out the most recent variant of a framework for your projects and waste numerous hours on downloading as well as installing it. Now you’ve got every little thing available right in your Web Control Panel, provided in a convenient interface.
A range of frameworks readily available
Commence your online undertaking using a framework
Via the PHP Framework Installer built into the PrincetonStar ServerOne Web Control Panel, you’ll be able to install distinctive PHP frameworks, each one supplying a distinct range of features and uses: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
Each PHP framework is upgraded to the current stable version and its installation needs no setup at all.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your personal PHP framework is simply a mouse click away
The PHP Framework Installer is made to run on exactly the same basic principle like our App Installer – through minimum effort needed from you as well as our system conducting the hard work on your behalf. PHP frameworks are installed with simply a couple of clicks without any setup demanded on your part. Everything you need to do is specify the spot of the PHP framework. That’s all.
We maintain a log of the mounted PHP frameworks so you can un–install every single PHP framework you don’t require with simply a mouse click.
1–click data backup
The quickest technique to back up a framework
In case your info is online, the most effective way to shield it is without a doubt by having a backup. PrincetonStar ServerOne offers systematic data backup for all of the Linux web hosting accounts. On the other hand, if you need to be in control, you are able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We’ve produced a clever system that allows you to create a backup with a mouse click.
There is no limit for the amount of backup files you can make or how frequently you could make them. All of the backups will be stored in a folder in your own account. When you have available space, you can create as many brand new backups as you need.