When using the PHP Framework Installer provided in the The D. Web Site Control Panel, you can quickly get a completely new PHP framework for your brand–new projects. No reason to do a search for the most recent release of a framework and furthermore spend your time installing it. All you need to do is solely choose the location of the PHP framework and click on the Install button.
Many different frameworks available
Start your web venture using a framework
When using the PHP Framework Installer included in the The D. Web Site Control Panel, you are able to set up distinctive PHP frameworks, all of them providing an alternative collection of capabilities and functionalities: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each PHP framework is modernized to the current stable edition and its incorporation demands no setup in any way.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your PHP framework is simply a mouse click away
The installation of a PHP framework can be challenging and complicated, given that you have to be sure you discover the most recent stable edition and also have abilities to configure it by yourself. With the PHP Framework Installer, we try to eliminate this challenge. The Installer aids you install a whole PHP framework in just a minute, with no additional setup necessary.
We have attempted to streamline the installation process as much as possible. All you need to do is inform the Installer exactly where you need your PHP framework to be installed and the clever system will do what’s left.
1–click data backup
The easiest way to back up a framework
In case your info is online, the best way to safeguard it is by keeping a backup. You can expect frequent data backup for all of our website hosting accounts. Nonetheless, if you would like be in complete control, you can back up your frameworks at any time. We’ve designed an intelligent system that lets you make a backup with simply a click.
There is no limit for the number of backup files you may create or how often you could create them. All of the backups are going to be saved in a folder inside your account. As long as you have free space, you could make as many completely new backups as you need.