Approved
Last Updated: 31 Oct 2019 14:08 by ADMIN
Martin Ivanov
Created on: 30 Apr 2019 14:58
Category: NavigationView
Type: Feature Request
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NavigationView: Add sub menu support

Add a feature that allows you to open a sub menu when you click on a RadNavigationViewItem.

Similar to the hamburger menu in the Windows' Mail application.

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5 comments
ADMIN
Martin Ivanov
Posted on: 31 Oct 2019 14:08

Hello guys,

Thank you for the additional feedback. We are going to take it into account once the work on this feature begins.

Regards,
Martin Ivanov
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Blane Bunderson
Posted on: 25 Oct 2019 14:36

Hey Martin, 

Just to help this thing gain some traction, we are looking for this exact functionality right now as well. We're currently stuck attempting to roll our own by adding expanders to the ContentTemplate of the RadNavigationViewItem, but it isn't nearly as feature-rich or clean as what we would expect from a supported control.

What Olivier linked is exactly what we're looking for as well! Although we'd greatly appreciate just the submenu items for the time being and maybe update with additional functionality such as a context menu so that we can get our hands on the base functionality as soon as possible. 

Thanks!

Olivier
Posted on: 25 Oct 2019 13:43

Hello Martin,

We are looking for the same feature! We love the NavigationView but we need to be able to display subitems when a main menu entry is selected. Moreover we can directly go to the subitems by mouseover on a main menu entry (with a contextmenu-like).

I added a screenshot of the exact behavior we would like to implement (this example come from AzureDevOps plateform!).

Best regards,

 

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ADMIN
Martin Ivanov
Posted on: 10 May 2019 06:49
Hello Richard,

Thank you for the additional information. We will consider it when the development of the feature starts.

Regards,
Martin Ivanov
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Richard
Posted on: 03 May 2019 15:19

I would also like to see this feature, preferably with full hierarchical support with multiple levels.

Another good example of how it could look is here. http://wrapbootstrap.com/preview/WB0573SK0

 

Thanks,

Richard