Our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is designed to aid you to add full PHP frameworks for your website, with absolutely no setup required from you. You no longer need to seek out the most up–to–date release of a framework for your project and waste many hours on downloading it as well as installing it. Now you have every tool on hand right in your Web Control Panel, introduced in a simplified interface.
Many different frameworks accessible
Launch your online undertaking using a framework
Via the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer incorporated into the ZipWeb.ca Web Control Panel, it is possible to install numerous PHP frameworks, all of them supplying a special set of features and functionalities: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each and every PHP framework is updated to the latest stable version and its installment requires simply no setup at all.
1–click PHP framework set up
Your personal PHP framework is simply click away
The PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is designed to work on the same basic principle like our App Installer – with minimal effort on your end as well as our system executing the hard work on your behalf. PHP frameworks are installed with merely a few mouse clicks without any configuration required from you. Everything you need to do is specify the location of your PHP framework. That’s all.
We maintain a record of the installed PHP frameworks and you can un–install each individual PHP framework that you don’t require with simply a click of the mouse.
The quickest way to back up a framework
When your data is online, the most efficient way to secure it is undoubtedly by keeping a backup. We offer periodic data backup for all of the Linux shared plans accounts. Having said that, if you would like be in full control, you’ll be able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have designed a clever system that allows you to generate a backup with just a click of the mouse.
There’s no limit for the amount of backup files you may create or how often you may create them. All of the backups are going to be saved in a directory in your own account. When you have free space, you may create as many new backups as you need.