cPanel offers many software packages that you can install on your web site. Some of these packages, such as PEAR and Perl Modules, are geared towards web developers. Others, like Softaculous, enable you to install a blog or online store with just a few clicks.
You can use cPanel to install a wide range of PHP PEAR packages to facilitate web development. This article covers how to install, reinstall, update, and uninstall PEAR packages using cPanel.
The Perl Modules feature in cPanel enables you to install a wide range of Perl modules for your web development projects. This article covers how to install, update, reinstall, and uninstall Perl modules using cPanel.
Learn how to change the PHP version, settings, and loaded extensions from cPanel. Please note this article only applies to some hosting accounts.
Learn how to use the Python Selector to create a Python application that uses a specific Python version. Additionally, this article describes how to access the application's virtual environment for further development.
Learn how to change the PHP version and settings using MultiPHP in cPanel. Please note this article only applies to some hosting accounts.
cPanel includes a website optimization feature that compresses site content before it is sent to visitor browsers. Learn more here.
Learn how to create a Node.js application on managed hosting accounts. This article covers how to use the Node.js Selector in cPanel, and how to use the command line.
Learn how to migrate an existing Node.js application to cPanel's Node.js Selector.
Learn how to resolve the "Cannot GET" URL problem that may occur when you try to run a Node.js application using cPanel's Node.js Selector.
This article describes how to use the Application Manager in cPanel to register, manage, and deploy applications with Phusion Passenger. Please note that the Application Manager is only available on VPS and Dedicated Server accounts.
This article describes how to migrate an existing Node.js application from the Node.js Selector in cPanel to a manual Node.js installation.