Our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer was created to enable you to install large PHP frameworks for your site, with absolutely no setup on your end. You no longer need to seek out the most current version of a framework for your project and waste a lot of time on downloading it and then installing it. Now you’ve got everything readily available directly in your Online Control Panel, offered in a user friendly interface.
Different frameworks available
Get started with your online projects by using a framework
Via the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer included in the tezelwebhosting.com Online Control Panel, it will be possible to integrate distinctive PHP frameworks, each of them providing a different collection of features and uses: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each individual PHP framework is updated to the current stable release and its installation requires simply no setup at all.
1–click PHP framework setting up
Your PHP framework is merely a mouse click away
Installing a PHP framework can be tough and sophisticated, given that you have to be sure you dig up the latest stable release as well as have expertise to configure it by yourself. With the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer, we aim to remedy this issue. The Installer aids you set up an entire PHP framework in just a moment, without having any additional setup mandatory.
We’ve made an effort to streamline the installation procedure a lot. All you should do is tell the Installer precisely where you want your PHP framework to be configured and the smart system will conduct the rest.
1–click data backup
The quickest method to back up a framework
When your data is online, the best way to secure it is without a doubt by maintaining a backup. Our company offers regular data backup for all of our shared hosting accounts. Yet, if you would like be in complete control, it is possible to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have made a smart system that lets you set up a backup with a click.
There is no limit for the number of backup files you can create or how frequently you can make them. All backups are going to be stored in a folder inside of your account. As long as you have available space, you can make as many completely new backups as you need.