In the Azvasa.Net Online Control Panel, you will find an invaluable tool that will allow you to install a brand–new PHP framework within seconds. The Frameworks Installer tool completes the whole process for you, and therefore takes away the necessity to acquire, mount and then set up your framework prior to starting any project. You’ll be equipped to start off your framework dependent job instantly, with no effort.
Numerous frameworks on hand
Launch your online project by using a framework
Via the Azvasa.Net Online Control Panel, it will be easy to install a well–known open–source PHP framework. We’ve prepared a choice of the most common frameworks that are presently available online – CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII. You can actually set up any framework on any site which is hosted inside your hosting account.
Our PHP Framework Installer tool is offered with all web hosting solutions that feature Azvasa.Net’s Online Control Panel – Linux shared web hosting, VPS hosting,dedicated hosting services, and semi-dedicated hosting.
1–click PHP framework set up
Your personal PHP framework is only a mouse click away
The PHP Framework Installer is meant to run on the exact same basic principle like our App Installer – with little effort needed from you as well as the system doing all of the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are set up with just several clicks without any installation demanded from you. Everything you should do is specify the location of the PHP framework. That’s it.
We maintain a record of the mounted PHP frameworks and you’re able to un–install every PHP framework you don’t need with just a click.
The fastest way for you to back up a framework
Every decent engineer is aware that it’s very important to possess a backup of the project to rely on in the event of a difficulty. That is why, we added a 1–click backup tool to the PHP Framework Installer. It’ll help you to back up your framework including all of the corrections you’ve made, with just a click of the mouse.
There isn’t a backup limitation. Provided you have available disk space inside your account, you may create as many backups as you want.