Our PHP Framework Installer is meant to make it easier to mount complete PHP frameworks for your site, with absolutely no configuration required from you. You don’t need to seek out the latest build of a framework for your undertaking and waste a long time on getting it and also configuring it. Now you have everything accessible to you right in your Web Control Panel, delivered in a simplified interface.
A range of frameworks accessible
Kick–start your web venture by employing a framework
Via the Virtual Prime Location Web Control Panel, you are able to install a favored open–source PHP framework. We’ve prepared a number of the most widespread frameworks which are presently available on the web – CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell. You can install just about any framework on any web site that’s hosted with your hosting account.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your PHP framework is simply mouse click away
The PHP Framework Installer was created to operate on the same basic principle as our App Installer – through minimum effort on your end and our system executing all of the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are installed with just several mouse clicks without any configuration required by you. All you must do is choose the place of your respective PHP framework. That’s all.
We have a log of the mounted PHP frameworks so you can un–install every single PHP framework which you don’t want with a mouse click.
The fastest solution to back up a framework
As soon as your data is online, an effective way to protect it is undoubtedly by maintaining a backup. Virtual Prime Location offers periodic data backup for every one of the Linux hosting accounts. Then again, if you would like be in absolute control, you’ll be able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We’ve created an intelligent system that enables you to set up a backup with a click of the mouse.
There’s no limit for the amount of backup files you can make or how frequently you may make them. All of the backups are going to be saved in a directory in your own account. If you have available space, you could make as many brand new backups as you want.