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    Default Facebook style slide menu

    Facebook style slide menu


    I made a very easy slide menu and wanted to share it with you, in case you need a really simple solution :-)

    Swiping is missing, but might be added sooner or later.Hope it helps some ppl.

    https://github.com/klauswaiss/Sencha...ook-Slide-Menu


    Btw:
    I had the choice to refactor other existing slide-menu components or make my own slide menu. And since refactoring would have been much harder I ended up making my own :-)

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    Nice I like that you are utilizing the show()/hide() functions rather than strictly css code like this one. Though, I am not sure which is better. I'll have to play around with it!

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