Inside the Moo Load Hosting Website Control Panel, you’ll find a useful tool that will enable you to get a new PHP framework within seconds. The Frameworks Installer tool automates the full process on your behalf, and so reduces the need to download, install and then also configure your framework before starting the project. You’ll be in a position to start your framework based job instantly, with minimum effort.
Various frameworks available
Initiate your web undertaking with a framework
When using the PHP Framework Installer integrated into the Moo Load Hosting Website Control Panel, it will be possible to incorporate several PHP frameworks, every one of them featuring a unique collection of characteristics and uses: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
Each and every PHP framework is upgraded to the current stable version and its integration calls for no setup in any way.
1–click PHP framework installation
Your PHP framework is merely a mouse click away
The PHP Framework Installer was created to work on the exact same basic principle as our App Installer – using very little effort on your end and also Moo Load Hosting’s system carrying out the hard work for you. PHP frameworks are set up with only a number of mouse clicks with no setup needed by you. All you need to do is specify the spot of the PHP framework. That’s it.
We keep a log of the set up PHP frameworks and you may un–install each PHP framework that you don’t want with a click of the mouse.
The quickest way to back up a framework
If your information is online, the simplest way to secure it is without a doubt by having a backup. We offer routine data backup for all of our Linux shared hosting accounts. However, if you would like be in full control, you are able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have built a clever system that lets you set up a backup with simply a click of the mouse.
There’s no limit for the number of backup files you can create or on how frequently you may make them. All backups are going to be placed in a folder inside your account. Provided you have free space, you can create as many new backups as you want.