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Napa supports side-loading through the 'Run Project' button on the left hand menu which will directly load your project into your developer site collection. This is much faster than packaging your app for deployment and installing it on your SharePoint site, but you need to be using a developer site collection or a site with the developer features turned on. ...
Napa was created with the objective to facilitate a 'lightweight, in-browser experience' to build SharePoint or Office web app in the same browser where they would run. Ergo, it was designed to kind of complement the inherent features of the browser. For advanced tooling, one would have to turn to Visual Studio 2012. You can debug code like any ...
Well haven't ever used Napa, done only provider hosted apps but whenever I saw 403 error I needed this solution: $config = Get-SPSecurityTokenServiceConfig $config.AllowOAuthOverHttp = $true $config.Update() Maybe this is also a security problem on your farm.
Ensure your web and sharepoint projects are both set as startup projects for a solution. Hope this helps.
Check out this article: http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/344188/How-to-increase-debugging-idle-time-in-Visual-Stud Hope it helps
a quick solution would be to follow Franks solution 1 but slightly different :) 1 Go to Documents folder and look for iisexpress folder 2 go into the folder and look for config file 3 rename config to config.backup 4 refresh by clicking F5 (debug) in visual studio and should be all good togo ;)
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