Our PHP Framework Installer is designed to enable you to mount complete PHP frameworks for your web site, with zero configuration required from you. You don’t need to look for the most current variant of a framework for your enterprise and spend a lot of time on downloading it and then installing it. Now you have every little thing readily available directly in your Web Hosting Control Panel, provided in a user–friendly interface.
Different frameworks offered
Start your online enterprise with a framework
There are numerous PHP frameworks online that are competing to provide the finest platform for your sites. IGN Hosting’s PHP Framework Installer provides some of the more well–liked and commonly used PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
All of these frameworks could very well be installed with a mouse click and it is updated to the most recent stable version consistently.
1–click PHP framework installing
Your PHP framework is just a mouse click away
Installing a PHP framework can be hard and complex, given that you need to ensure you find the most up–to–date stable edition and also have expertise to configure it yourself. With the PHP Framework Installer, we strive to solve this issue. The Installer aids you install an entire PHP framework in just a moment, without any additional setup mandatory.
We’ve tried to simplify the set up process as much as it is possible. Everything you should do is tell the Installer just where you want the PHP framework to be put in place and IGN Hosting’s smart system will conduct the rest.
1–click data backup
The best method to back up a framework
Whenever your data is online, the best way to protect it is undoubtedly by maintaining a backup. IGN Hosting offers systematic data backup for our Linux hosting accounts. Yet, if you need to be in absolute control, you’ll be able to back up your frameworks at any time. We’ve created an intelligent system that enables you to generate a backup with only a click.
There is no limit for the number of backup files you can make or how frequently you can create them. All of the backups are going to be saved in a folder in your account. When you have free space, you can make as many different backups as you need.