10 Mar 2013 1:42 AM #21
loved this component. solved many of the issues I had with the original one.
can't wait to see it evolve and stabilize...
10 Mar 2013 11:34 PM #22
It is a super component!
I have a question, when the menu is visible the container view is not clickable.
How can you then use the menu button to show/hide the menu?
15 Mar 2013 10:38 AM #23
I'm would like to integrate a side sliding menu into my application, however I would like to use the navigation view so that I would have the back button capabilities and deep linking. I would like to use sliding menu for top level links but at the same time having it available on all the pages.
What is the best solutions for my use case?
Should I try the Ext.us.slide.View or should I go with Ext.ux.slidenavigation.View?http://www.dev4.life - Software Development Blog
17 Mar 2013 4:57 AM #24
I am trying to figure out how to achieve the following:
1. I have a view that includes a carousel. your slideview main container is dragable (by default in your code) and my carousel is scrolling horizontally. when I scroll the carousel the 'left container' opens as well (the menu opens)... can I bypass this?
2. when dragging the container its opacity is changed so that the layer below is shown. I don't need this behavior and I am trying to dispose of it. any ideas? (probably a dragable question but could not find an answer in the docs)
3. there is a public 'close' method, but no open or toggle. is there a reason?
4. you have committed a preliminary version of this (readme says its experimental and index html states css should move to JS). are you planning to change these soon?
thanks for your help.
17 Mar 2013 9:39 AM #25
Simple Live Version
Simple Live Version
Never used git other than to download other things so I've no idea how what to do with this git submodule stuff so I can't test the component.
Is there a simple live version available somewhere so people who don't know about git can view/use it?
19 Mar 2013 12:57 AM #26