Through the PHP Framework Installer included in the Host Composer Control Panel, it’s easy to install a fresh PHP framework for your completely new project. You don’t need to try to find the most up–to–date variant of a framework as well as spend time installing it. Everything you should do is just specify the place of the PHP framework and afterwards click the Install button.
Many different frameworks offered
Kick–start your online projects with a framework
When using the PHP Framework Installer built into the Host Composer Control Panel, it is also possible to integrate distinctive PHP frameworks, each one providing a distinct group of features and functionalities: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
Every PHP framework is upgraded to the current stable version and its installment demands no setup at all.
1–click PHP framework set up
Your personal PHP framework is only a click away
The installation of a PHP framework can be challenging and complex, as you must make sure you dig up the most recent stable version as well as have knowledge to configure it on your own. Using the PHP Framework Installer, we strive to solve this difficulty. The Installer will allow you to install a complete PHP framework in just a minute, with no additional setup mandatory.
We’ve made an effort to shorten the set up procedure as much as possible. All you need to do is inform the Installer just where you need the PHP framework to be set up and Host Composer’s clever system will do the rest.
The best way to back up a framework
As soon as your info is online, the easiest way to secure it is without a doubt by keeping a backup. Our company offers regular data backup for our Linux shared website hosting accounts. Even so, if you need to be in full control, you are able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have created an intelligent system that enables you to make a backup with merely a click of the mouse.
There is no limit for the quantity of backup files you may create or on how frequently you may create them. All backups are going to be saved in a directory inside your account. When you have free space, you can create as many fresh backups as you need.