Our PHP Framework Installer is meant to help you to mount large PHP frameworks for your website, with zero setup on your end. You don’t need to seek the most recent build of a framework for your projects and waste hours on downloading and installing it. Now you have got every little thing available to you right inside your Site Control Panel, provided in a convenient to use interface.
Diverse frameworks offered
Kick–start your web undertaking using a framework
When using the PHP Framework Installer built–into the Geetech Hosting Site Control Panel, you’ll be able to incorporate numerous PHP frameworks, all of them supplying a unique variety of features and uses: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each individual PHP framework is modernized to the current stable version and its installment calls for simply no setup whatsoever.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your personal PHP framework is merely a click away
The PHP Framework Installer was created to operate on the exact same basic principle as our App Installer – with small effort required from you and the system doing the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are set up with merely a few mouse clicks without any configuration demanded by you. Everything you need to do is pick the location of the PHP framework. That’s it.
We keep a log of the set up PHP frameworks so you can un–install every PHP framework which you don’t require with merely a click of the mouse.
1–click data backup
The best solution to back up a framework
As soon as your info is online, an effective way to shield it is without a doubt by keeping a backup. You can expect regular data backup for our shared web hosting accounts. However, if you desire to be in control, you’ll be able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have made a smart system that allows you to generate a backup with merely a click.
There’s no limit for the number of backup files you may create or on how often you could create them. All of the backups are going to be placed in a folder in your own account. As long as you have available space, you can make as many different backups as you want.