Running Titan Script on localhost
Running Titan Script on localhost - running your Titan Script locally on your computer.
It gives you the opportunity to modify script files and see the changes immediately. It is extremely useful when you make script/template customizations. You can easily make all changes in your script files and test them at the same time. If everything works fine, you can upload the files to your server, so the changes are effective.
When running your Titan Script on localhost, you are connected to your server (not local) SQL databases. Therefore all database changes you make on localhost, will be instantly applied to your official website.
Download Titan Script files via FTP
Download and install Visual Studio Community 2015
Go to https://www.visualstudio.com/products/free-developer-offers-vs, download Visual Studio Community and follow the installation wizzard. Once installed, run Visual Studio. A welcome page will prompt you to Sign in. Press "Not now, maybe later" to continue.
Run Titan locally
Open Visual Studio, go to File → Open → Web Site... and select the folder with files downloaded in the previous step. Press Ctrl + F5. After a few seconds/minutes, your website should open in a browser.
Enable detailed error messages (optional)
You can enable detailed error messages on your locally hosted Titan Script. It will make your troubleshooting process easier.
If you followed previous steps correctly, the only reason for an error would be a wrong connection string. In Visual Studio, go to View → Solution Explorer. Open Web.config in the root directory and search for the tag that starts with:
If the connectionString attribute points to a localDB/localhost, log into your account on https://usetitan.com, go to Dashboard → Your Domains and copy your connection string from the CS column. Return to Web.config, replace connection string, press Ctrl + s to save and Ctrl + F5 to run Titan Script again.