By employing the PHP Framework Installer provided in the Arabian Hosting Web Hosting Control Panel, you can quickly get a fresh PHP framework for your new enterprise. You don’t need to do a search for the most recent release of a framework as well as spend your time installing it. All you have to do is just choose the place of the PHP framework and afterwards click the Install button.
A range of frameworks on hand
Initiate your web project using a framework
There are many different PHP frameworks on the internet which are contesting to offer the greatest platform for your personal web sites. The PHP Framework Installer features some of the more well–liked and trusted PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
All these frameworks can be set up with a click of the mouse and it is upgraded to the most current stable release constantly.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your personal PHP framework is simply a mouse click away
The PHP Framework Installer was created to operate on the very same basic principle like our App Installer – using very little effort from you and our system carrying out all the hard work for you. PHP frameworks are installed with just several mouse clicks with no configuration demanded from you. Everything you should do is specify the place of your respective PHP framework. That’s it.
We keep a log of the mounted PHP frameworks and you can un–install every PHP framework which you don’t want with a click.
1–click data backup
The fastest method to back up a framework
Whenever your info is online, the most effective way to protect it is undoubtedly by maintaining a backup. Arabian Hosting offers regular data backup for our shared web hosting accounts. Even so, if you’d like to be in control, it is possible to back up your frameworks at any time. We’ve built an intelligent system that allows you to generate a backup with just a click of the mouse.
There’s no limit for the number of backup files you can make or how often you can create them. All of the backups will be saved in a folder in your own account. If you have available space, you can make as many new backups as you need.