The official documentation is at: http://docs.alfresco.com
With the 2.9B Alfresco Community release it is now possible to invoke web scripts from your iGoogle web page. You can browse a repository space, manage your workflow tasks, open documents and more all from the familiar iGoogle interface. Learn more ...
If youâ€™d like to try it out, you can find a repository browsing gadget and a search gadget on the My Alfresco Dashboard in the Content Community. Just click the iGoogle links, and theyâ€™ll be added to your page.
These gadgets let you browse and search content in the Alfresco Content Community from your iGoogle page but you can also edit these gadgets or create new ones to access content from your own corporate repositories. You can learn more and find additional web script examples on the Google Gadgets page of the Wiki.
Here's what you need to do to get started:
To download the Alfresco iGoogle archive, go to the Alfresco Sourceforge project, locate the heading Alfresco Module Packages. Under Alfresco 2.9B click alfresco-aggadget.zip. Look for the readme file in the zip archive for installation instructions. Youâ€™ll find Alfresco 2.9B on the Sourceforge in the Alfresco project download area.