Inside the Anas Hosting Online Control Panel, you can find a hassle–free tool that will allow you to install a brand–new PHP framework within seconds. The Frameworks Installer tool automates the full procedure on your behalf, therefore disposes of the need for you to get a hold of, embed and then also configure your framework before commencing the enterprise. You’ll be able to start your framework dependent venture without delay, with no effort.
Numerous frameworks available
Initiate your online projects using a framework
Through the PHP Framework Installer incorporated into the Anas Hosting Online Control Panel, you’ll be able to set up different PHP frameworks, each one featuring an alternative collection of capabilities and functionalities: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Every PHP framework is updated to the present stable release and its installment needs absolutely no setup whatsoever.
1–click PHP framework set up
Your personal PHP framework is simply a click away
Installing a PHP framework can be difficult and complex, since you also need to ensure you get the latest stable edition and have capabilities to configure it by yourself. Using the PHP Framework Installer, we hope to resolve this difficulty. The Installer allows you to install a complete PHP framework in just a moment, without any additional setup needed.
We have made an effort to streamline the set up procedure a lot. All you should do is tell the Installer precisely where you would like your PHP framework to be set up and Anas Hosting’s intelligent system will perform what’s left.
The fastest approach to back up a framework
In case your information is online, the easiest way to protect it is undoubtedly by keeping a backup. You can expect systematic data backup for each of the Linux cloud website hosting accounts. Nonetheless, if you need to be in full control, you can back up your frameworks at any moment. We have developed a smart system that allows you to generate a backup with merely a click.
There’s no limit for the amount of backup files you can make or on how often you can make them. All of the backups are going to be stored in a directory in your own account. Provided you have available space, you may create as many brand new backups as you want.