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Most of the CSS for DynaForms is found in processmaker/workflow/public_html/lib/pmdynaform/build/css/PMDynaform.css, but you also might need to use the CSS files in the processmaker/workflow/engine/skinEngine/neoclassic directory. See the documentation on skins:

These CSS files don't change, so you can manually copy them from your installation of ProcessMaker. There is no way to retrieve them using the REST API.

If you need to get the JavaScript of a DynaForm via the REST API, then you can create a trigger like this in your process:
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@@formJS = null;
if (!isset(@@formId) or empty(@@formId)) {
   throw new Exception("Undefined Dynaform ID in variable @@formId");

$query = "select * from DYNAFORM where DYN_UID='"[email protected]@formId."'";
$result = executeQuery($query);

if (!is_array($result) or count($result) == 0) {
   throw new Exception("Bad SQL or invalid DynaForm ID '$dynaformId' ");
$json = $result[1]['DYN_CONTENT'];
$oForm = G::json_decode($json);
@@formJS = $oForm->items[0]->script->code;
In your code, use PUT /cases/{app_uid}/variable to set the value of @@formId. Then use PUT /cases/{app_uid}/execute-trigger/{tri_uid} to execute the trigger. Finally, use GET /cases/{app_uid}/variables to get the value of @@formJS which contains the JavaScript code for the DynaForm.

By the way, you can use the PMFDynaFormFields() function to get the structure of a DynaForm and execute it in a trigger via the REST API in the same way.
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