In the RnA Hosting Co Web Control Panel, you’ll find an invaluable tool allowing you to use a unique PHP framework in seconds. The Frameworks Installer tool automates the entire task for you, hence takes away the need to obtain, mount and afterwards set up your framework before you start your project. You’ll be able to start up your framework dependent job almost immediately, with little effort.
Different frameworks on hand
Start your web project using a framework
There’s a lot of PHP frameworks online which are contesting to give the perfect platform for your web sites. RnA Hosting Co’s PHP 1 Click Framework Installer incorporates some of the more well–liked and widely used PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
All of these frameworks may be incorporated with a click of the mouse and is also modified to the latest stable version constantly.
1–click PHP framework installment
Your PHP framework is only a click away
The PHP 1 Click Framework Installer is meant to run on the exact same basic principle as our App Installer – using small effort needed from you and also RnA Hosting Co’s system carrying out all of the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are set up with merely several mouse clicks with no installation required on your part. All you should do is specify the location of the PHP framework. That’s all.
We have a log of the mounted PHP frameworks so you can un–install each and every PHP framework you don’t require with simply a click.
The fastest approach to back up a framework
Once your info is online, the best way to defend it is without a doubt by keeping a backup. We provide periodic data backup for every one of our Linux cloud website hosting accounts. Even so, if you desire to be in full control, you can actually back up your frameworks at any time. We have produced a smart system that lets you generate a backup with simply a mouse click.
There’s no limit for the quantity of backup files you can make or on how frequently you may make them. All backups will be stored in a folder inside your account. When you have free space, you may create as many fresh backups as you need.