With the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer included in the Bits Host Web Hosting Control Panel, it’s easy to install a new PHP framework for your new project. You don’t have to try to find the most recent variant of a framework and furthermore spend your time setting it up. Everything you should do is just choose the place of your PHP framework and click on the Install button.
Different frameworks offered
Start your web project by using a framework
When using the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer built–into the Bits Host Web Hosting Control Panel, it will be easier to set up several PHP frameworks, all of them offering an alternative range of characteristics and uses: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each and every PHP framework is modified to the present stable edition and its installment needs absolutely no setup in any way.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your personal PHP framework is simply a click away
Setting up a PHP framework can often be difficult and complicated, given that you have to be sure you get the newest stable version and possess expertise to configure it yourself. With the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer, we make an effort to remedy this issue. The Installer helps you to set up a full PHP framework in just a moment, without having any additional setup demanded.
We have attempted to simplify the set up procedure as much as it is possible. All you should do is inform the Installer just where you’d like your PHP framework to be configured and Bits Host’s clever system will do the rest.
1–click data backup
The quickest way for you to back up a framework
If your info is online, the most efficient way to defend it is undoubtedly by keeping a backup. We offer routine data backup for each of our Linux shared hosting packages accounts. Having said that, if you wish to be in absolute control, you’ll be able to back up your frameworks at any time. We have built a smart system that enables you to create a backup with merely a click.
There’s no limit for the amount of backup files you may create or how often you can make them. All of the backups are going to be stored in a directory in your account. When you have available space, you can create as many completely new backups as you want.