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Found my answer. Turns out it was being blocked by request filtering. Add the below to web.config to resolve issue. <system.webServer> <security> <requestFiltering> <requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength="4294967295"></requestLimits> </requestFiltering> </security> ...
I just wrote a blog entry on how to do this on the server-side. Put the class ThemeHelper into your apps, and then generate your CSS on the server-side, placing theme colors into the CSS where necessary. http://go.limeleap.com/community/bid/287707/How-to-Easily-Bring-SharePoint-2013-Theme-Colors-Into-Your-Apps Hope this helps!
It is available on the App Web under "The APPWEB URL"/Lists/"The list internal name" But really you should access the list (CRUD items) via Client object model or REST. The list is meant to be "hidden" to the users of the app, and it is upp to you to provide interfaces to work with items in the list And just a clarification: You need to use ...
Here is a link from TechNet really going to the dept about how you can configure SharePoint for Apps, including e.g. creating a subdomain, configuring ssl certificates and starting the correct services.
Is this what you're looking for? http://blogs.msdn.com/b/richard_dizeregas_blog/archive/2013/03/10/leveraging-sharepoint-dialogs-in-apps-for-sharepoint.aspx
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