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An Android library that allows you to easily create applications with slide-in menus. You may use it in your Android apps provided that you cite this project and include the license in your app. Thanks!
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SlidingMenu

A sample Android project to explore creating slide-in menus like in the Spotify and Facebook applications. You can use it all you want in your Android apps provided that you cite this project and include the license in your app. Also, remember to include the ActionBarSherlock license if you choose to use the provided ActionBar.

Here's a recent video of the example application in this repository : http://youtu.be/8vNaANLHw-c

Also, you can follow the project on Twitter : @SlidingMenu

How to Integrate this Library into Your Projects

In order to integrate SlidingMenu into your own projects you can do one of two things.

1. You can embed the SlidingMenu at the Activity level by making your Activity extend SlidingMenuActivity.

  • If you choose to do it this way, you have access to a built-in ActionBar via Jake Wharton's ActionBarSherlock. The ActionBar will slide with the "above" portion of the SlidingMenu.
  • In your Activity's onCreate method, you will have to call setContentView, as usual, and also setBehindContentView, which has the same syntax as setContentView. setBehindContentView will place the view in the "behind" portion of the SlidingMenu. You will have access to the getSlidingMenu method so you can customize the SlidingMenu to your liking.
  • More variants of SlidingMenuActivity will be coming soon, such as SlidingFragmentActivity, etc.

2. You can use the SlidingMenu view directly in your xml layouts or programmatically in you Java code.

  • This way, you can treat SlidingMenu as you would any other view type and put it in crazy awesome places like in the rows of a ListView.
  • So. Many. Possibilities.

Usage

If you decide to use SlidingMenu as a view, you can define it in your xml layouts like this:

<com.slidingmenu.lib.SlidingMenu
    xmlns:sliding="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
    android:id="@+id/slidingmenulayout"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="fill_parent"
    sliding:viewAbove="@layout/YOUR_ABOVE_VIEW"
    sliding:viewBehind="@layout/YOUR_BEHIND_BEHIND"
    sliding:touchModeAbove="margin|fullscreen"
    sliding:touchModeBehind="margin|fullscreen"
    sliding:behindOffset="@dimen/YOUR_OFFSET"
    sliding:behindScrollScale="@dimen/YOUR_SCALE"
    sliding:shadowDrawable="@drawable/YOUR_SHADOW"
    sliding:shadowWidth="@dimen/YOUR_SHADOW_WIDTH" />
  • viewAbove - a reference to the layout that you want to use as the above view of the SlidingMenu
  • viewBehind - a reference to the layout that you want to use as the behind view of the SlidingMenu
  • touchModeAbove - an enum that designates what part of the screen is touchable when the above view is showing. Margin means only the left margin. Fullscreen means the entire screen. Default is margin.
  • touchModeBehind - an enum that designates what part of the screen is touchable when the behind view is showing. Margin means only what is showing of the above view. Fullscreen means the entire screen. Default is margin.
  • behindOffset - a dimension representing the number of pixels that you want the above view to show when the behind view is showing. Default is 0.
  • behindScrollScale - a float representing the relationship between the above view scrolling and the behind behind view scrolling. If set to 0.5f, the behind view will scroll 1px for every 2px that the above view scrolls. If set to 1.0f, the behind view will scroll 1px for every 1px that the above view scrolls. And if set to 0.0f, the behind view will never scroll; it will be static. This one is fun to play around with. Default is 0.
  • shadowDrawable - a reference to a drawable to be used as a drop shadow from the above view onto the below view. Default is no shadow for now.
  • shadowWidth - a dimension representing the width of the shadow drawable. Default is 0.

Developed By

  • Jeremy Feinstein

License

Copyright 2012 Jeremy Feinstein

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
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