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[web.byu.edu](http://web.byu.edu) is the central hub for communication, events, and news relating to the BYU Web Community. It includes a calendar with upcoming events (including WebFests and user group meetings), the proceedings and latest decisions of the Web Advisory Board, and info on the various working groups creating community resources. It also has info on how to join the BYU Web Slack channels.

## Getting Started:
To begin using the components you can visit [the components demo site](http://2017-components-demo.cdn.byu.edu/) for more documentation and code samples. If you're using Drupal or Wordpress, the community has created templates that you can download and install. However, one of the primary goals and benefits of using a web components implementation is that you don't need to use a specific CMS (or any CMS at all) to utilize the components.
To begin using the components you can visit [the components demo site](http://webcomponents.byu.edu/) for more documentation and code samples. If you're using Drupal or Wordpress, the community has created templates that you can download and install. However, one of the primary goals and benefits of using a web components implementation is that you don't need to use a specific CMS (or any CMS at all) to utilize the components.

## CDN Integration
This repository is integrated with the BYU Web Content Delivery Network (cdn) at cdn.byu.edu. This means that every update to the master branch of the repository will be pushed immediately to the cdn, allowing websites across campus to receive the latest updates immediately. More documentation can be found on the [CDN Project Page](https://github.com/byuweb/web-cdn).
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All BYU Websites are encouraged to use the official favicon. This is likely to be located on brand.byu.edu in the future, but it is available now in github: [https://github.com/byuweb/byu-assets/blob/master/favicon.png](https://github.com/byuweb/byu-assets/blob/master/favicon.png).

## Using Github
There's plenty of documentation online about how to work with GitHub and the Git source control system, and there are excellent Git plugins available for most IDEs. If you've never worked with Github before, GitHub has provided some good documentation at [guides.github.com](http://guides.github.com). You can also join the [slack channel](http://byu-web.slack.com) and connect with other developers from the project.
There's plenty of documentation online about how to work with GitHub and the Git source control system, and there are excellent Git plugins available for most IDEs. If you've never worked with Github before, GitHub has provided some good documentation at [guides.github.com](http://guides.github.com). You can also join the [slack channel](http://byu-web.slack.com) and connect with other developers from the project.

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