In the DomainSpaceRegistry Control Panel, there is also a helpful tool that will allow you to set up a brand–new PHP framework in seconds. The Frameworks Installer tool finishes the whole operation for you, and so eliminates the necessity to obtain, integrate and then also set up your framework prior to starting the enterprise. You’re ready to start your framework dependent projects before you know it, with little effort.
Numerous frameworks readily available
Start your web projects by using a framework
Using the PHP Framework Installer built–into the DomainSpaceRegistry Control Panel, it is also possible to add distinctive PHP frameworks, each one delivering a different set of features and benefits: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each PHP framework is upgraded to the latest stable release and its integration needs no setup at all.
1–click PHP framework installing
Your personal PHP framework is just a click away
The PHP Framework Installer was created to run on the same basic principle as our App Installer – with small effort required from you and our system executing all of the hard work for you. PHP frameworks are set up with just a couple of clicks without any configuration demanded by you. Everything you need to do is select the location of the PHP framework. That’s all.
We have a record of the installed PHP frameworks and you’re able to un–install every single PHP framework which you don’t need with a click of the mouse.
1–click data backup
The best option to back up a framework
If your data is online, the simplest way to protect it is by keeping a backup. We provide you with systematic data backup for every one of the Linux cloud website hosting accounts. Then again, if you need to be in control, you are able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We’ve built an intelligent system that enables you to make a backup with merely a click of the mouse.
There’s no limit for the quantity of backup files you could make or on how frequently you can make them. All of the backups are going to be stored in a directory in your account. As long as you have available space, you can create as many fresh backups as you need.