Aided by the PHP Framework Installer included in the Netlink Hosting Control Panel, it’s easy to install a brand new PHP framework for your completely new projects. You don’t need to hunt for the most recent release of a framework and waste your time installing it. All you have to do is just choose the place of your PHP framework and click on the Install button.

Numerous frameworks available

Start your web projects by employing a framework

There are many PHP frameworks on the internet that are rivalling to give the top platform for your personal web sites. Our PHP Framework Installer features probably the most well–liked and widely used PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.

All these frameworks could very well be integrated with a click of the mouse and it’s upgraded to the most up–to–date stable release consistently.

Various PHP frameworks available

1–click PHP framework installment

Your PHP framework is just a mouse click away

The PHP Framework Installer is designed to work on the very same basic principle like our App Installer – using minimal effort required from you and also Netlink’s system doing all the hard work for you. PHP frameworks are set up with merely a few mouse clicks with no setup demanded by you. Everything you need to do is choose the location of the PHP framework. That’s it.

We have a record of the mounted PHP frameworks so you can un–install each individual PHP framework which you don’t need with only a click.

1-click PHP framework installation

1–click backup

The best method to back up a framework

As soon as your information is online, the easiest way to guard it is undoubtedly by keeping a backup. Our company offers regular data backup for every one of the cloud hosting accounts. Then again, if you want to be in control, you can actually back up your frameworks at any moment. We’ve developed a clever system that lets you create 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 of the backups are going to be saved in a directory in your own account. Provided that you have available space, you could make as many fresh backups as you need.

1-click backup