Our PHP Framework Installer is built to aid you to mount whole PHP frameworks for your web site, with no configuration required from you. You no longer need to search for the latest variant of a framework for your project and devote a long time on getting it as well as configuring it. Now you have every little thing readily available right in your Hosting Control Panel, provided in an uncomplicated interface.
Different frameworks on hand
Start your web projects using a framework
When using the PHP Framework Installer included in the Mediajem Hosting UK Hosting Control Panel, you’ll be able to set up different PHP frameworks, each of them providing a special variety of capabilities and benefits: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each and every PHP framework is modernized to the current stable version and its incorporation requires absolutely no setup at all.
1–click PHP framework setting up
Your PHP framework is simply click away
The PHP Framework Installer is designed to work on the very same basic principle like our App Installer – with minimum effort required from you as well as the system performing all of the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are installed with merely a number of clicks without any configuration required on your part. All you need to do is specify the spot of your respective PHP framework. That’s it.
We maintain a log of the running PHP frameworks and you can un–install every single PHP framework which you don’t require with only a mouse click.
1–click data backup
The best method to back up a framework
In case your information is online, an effective way to guard it is by keeping a backup. We offer routine data backup for each of the Linux shared hosting accounts. Having said that, if you desire to be in control, it is possible to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have designed a clever system that enables you to set up a backup with just a mouse click.
There is no limit for the number of backup files you can make or how often you may make them. All of the backups are going to be stored in a directory inside your account. If you have free space, you can make as many brand new backups as you want.