Be sure to specify a name for your new site and click Create.
Web Studio notifies you that it is creating your web site. It will create a Web Project inside of Alfresco WCM and then download the contents of the 'Power Toys' sample site from Alfresco Network. This will be installed into your web project, your user sandbox will be established, the cache will be refreshed and you will be taken to your web site.
Alfresco Web Studio utilizes the Alfresco Surf platform to provide dynamic content store loading into the Web Script runtime. As such, your web sites can include custom templates and web scripts which are stored entirely within Alfresco WCM.
In this case, the Power Toys site includes a few additional web scripts that are seamlessly 'consumed' into the Web Scripts runtime when the sandbox is mounted.
To access these web components, simply click on the Components slider on the left-hand panel.
To use them, simply drag them into the page and bind them into a region.
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An example of a third-party Flash component demo from Widgetbox that displays news headlines as aggregated by Reuters. This is an example of pulling in third-party content but also an example of dynamically mashing together various data sources into a single user experience.
Another example of a simple Flash component demo from Widgetbox that simply displays the weather. Users may wish to adopt this pattern for consuming services from other service providers such as Google. In addition, Alfresco may opt to provide remote component services in the future.
A final example of a Flash component demo delivered from Widgetbox. Well, this was just too interesting not too include. Here you have it - a small little holiday gift for everyone who waited so patiently for Web Studio to arrive!