Within the T R I N I T Y Web Site Control Panel, you will find a useful tool that will enable you to use a new PHP framework in seconds. The Frameworks Installer tool performs the whole process on your behalf, therefore takes away the need to download, mount and then also configure your framework before starting your project. You are in a position to start your framework dependent projects before you know it, with no effort.
A range of frameworks available
Start your web project using a framework
There’s lots of PHP frameworks on the internet which are rivalling to provide the very best platform for your personal web sites. The PHP Framework Installer features some of the more popular and frequently used PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Akelos, CodeIgniter, Zend, Prado, Zoop, and PHPDevShell.
All these frameworks can be set up with a click of the mouse and it is upgraded to the most current stable version consistently.
1–click PHP framework installing
Your personal PHP framework is merely a mouse click away
Setting up a PHP framework can be hard and complex, considering that you must make sure you discover the newest stable release as well as have capabilities to configure it all by yourself. Using the PHP Framework Installer, we make an attempt to get rid of this difficulty. The Installer allows you to install an entire PHP framework in just a minute, with no additional setup necessary.
We have tried to shorten the set up procedure as much as it is possible. All you must do is notify the Installer exactly where you need the PHP framework to be set up and our smart system will perform what’s left.
1–click data backup
The quickest way for you to back up a framework
Once your info is online, the easiest way to protect it is by having a backup. We provide regular data backup for every one of the web hosting accounts. Having said that, if you would like be in control, you are able to back up your frameworks at any moment. We have created a smart system that lets you make a backup with simply a mouse click.
There’s no limit for the number of backup files you can create or how often you may make them. All backups will be saved in a folder inside of your account. When you have available space, you could make as many fresh backups as you need.