Our PHP Framework Installer is built to make it easier to use large PHP frameworks for your web site, with zero setup on your end. You don’t need to seek the newest version of a framework for your projects and spend a lot of time on downloading as well as setting it up. Now you have got everything readily available in your Hosting Control Panel, displayed in a simplified interface.
A variety of frameworks on hand
Initiate your web venture by employing a framework
Via the DO-TO.us Hosting Control Panel, you will be able to integrate a well–known open–source PHP framework. We have prepared an array of the most popular frameworks which are available today online – CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII. You can actually add any framework on any web site which is hosted inside your hosting account.
Our PHP Framework Installer tool is available with all of the web hosting solutions which come with DO-TO.us’s Hosting Control Panel – shared hosting, VPS servers,dedicated servers, and semi-dedicated servers.
1–click PHP framework setting up
Your PHP framework is only a mouse click away
The PHP Framework Installer was created to operate on the same basic principle as our App Installer – through minimal effort on your end as well as DO-TO.us’s system doing all the hard work instead of you. PHP frameworks are set up with just several clicks without any setup demanded from you. All you should do is pick the place of the PHP framework. That’s it.
We maintain a record of the set up PHP frameworks and you can un–install each and every PHP framework you don’t require with a click.
1–click data backup
The best way to back up a framework
Once your data is online, the most efficient way to guard it is without a doubt by maintaining a backup. We provide you with systematic data backup for our shared hosting accounts. Nonetheless, if you’d like to be in control, it is possible to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have produced a smart system that lets you make a backup with a click.
There is no limit for the quantity of backup files you may create or how frequently you may create them. All backups are going to be placed in a folder in your own account. When you have available space, you can make as many different backups as you want.