Within the bno1.com Web Control Panel, you will find an invaluable tool which will allow you to set up a new PHP framework in seconds. The Frameworks Installer tool automates the entire task on your behalf, hence minimizes the need to obtain, install and then also configure your framework prior to starting your project. You will be capable to start up your framework centered job instantly, with no effort.
Many different frameworks available
Start your web venture using a framework
Using the PHP 1 Click Framework Installer built into the bno1.com Web Control Panel, you’ll be able to implement diverse PHP frameworks, each one providing a special range of characteristics and benefits: CakePHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, Symfony, and YII.
Every single PHP framework is modified to the latest stable release and its installment needs simply no setup whatsoever.
1–click PHP framework installing
Your personal PHP framework is only a mouse click away
Setting up a PHP framework can be hard and sophisticated, as you must make sure you dig up the most current stable release and possess capabilities to configure it all on your own. With our PHP 1 Click Framework Installer, we hope to take care of this issue. The Installer will let you install a whole PHP framework in just a minute, without any additional setup necessary.
We’ve made an effort to shorten the set up process a lot. All you must do is inform the Installer exactly where you’d like your PHP framework to be put in place and the clever system is going to do everything else.
1–click data backup
The easiest method to back up a framework
Whenever your data is online, the most effective way to secure it is by having a backup. We provide regular data backup for each of our cloud hosting accounts. On the other hand, if you need to be in complete control, you can back up your frameworks at any time. We’ve made a clever system that lets you set up a backup with merely a mouse click.
There’s no limit for the number of backup files you can create or how frequently you can make them. All backups are going to be saved in a directory inside your account. As long as you have available space, you could make as many different backups as you need.