Our PHP Framework Installer was designed to make it easier to add full PHP frameworks for your web site, with no configuration on your end. You no longer need to look for the most recent release of a framework for your projects and devote a lot of time on downloading it as well as setting it up. Now you’ve got every tool on hand directly in your Site Control Panel, displayed in a simplified interface.
Different frameworks offered
Kick–start your online venture by using a framework
Via the PHP Framework Installer integrated into the RE2 Technology Consultants Site Control Panel, you are able to install different PHP frameworks, every one of them delivering a unique list of capabilities and uses: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
Each individual PHP framework is modified to the current stable edition and its incorporation calls for simply no setup in any way.
1–click PHP framework setting up
Your PHP framework is merely a mouse click away
The PHP Framework Installer is built to work on the exact same basic principle as our App Installer – through little effort from you and also RE2 Technology Consultants’s system performing all the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are installed with just a number of mouse clicks with no installation needed on your part. All you should do is specify the location of your PHP framework. That’s all.
We keep a record of the installed PHP frameworks and you’re able to un–install every single PHP framework you don’t need with a click of the mouse.
1–click data backup
The best technique to back up a framework
Once your information is online, the best way to guard it is undoubtedly by keeping a backup. We provide systematic data backup for all of the Linux shared website hosting accounts. Even so, if you’d like to be in control, you can actually back up your frameworks at any time. We’ve designed a clever system that lets you create a backup with simply a click.
There is no limit for the quantity of backup files you may create or on how frequently you can create them. All of the backups will be stored in a directory in your account. If you have available space, you may create as many completely new backups as you want.