Xam.NavDrawer – Navigation Drawer Sample + MvvmCross Sample for Xamarin.Android. Forms is here to make the navigation in your apps easier. It’s become so popular in fact that the concept is now natively built in to the Android SDK as Navigation Drawers. Unfortunately the iOS SDK doesn’t provide any similar functionality out-of-the-box.
The idea is to put the navigation menu of your application in an initially hidden drawer that can be revelead by a button press or an horizontal (usually bezel) swipe. I am trying to integrate a navigation drawer and ViewFlipper in my application, but they don’t seem to work together, some part of code is below: android. In the last year, ‘hamburger menus’ have become increasingly popular in apps – so much so, that they are now even included as a standard Android feature in the Navigation Drawer.
Xamarin.Android Sample Projects. Xamarin 13 – Creating a Swipe Refresh Layout. Project Xamarin 14 – Animating Views. Xamarin 50 – Right Navigation Drawer. Full Project Xamarin 54 – Overlaying Toolbar. Adding a navigation drawer with fragments The navigation drawer is a panel that transitions in from the left edge of the screen and displays the app’s main navigation options. The MaterialDrawer library aims to provide the easiest possible implementation of a navigation drawer for your application. It provides a great amount of out of the box customizations and also includes an easy to use header which can be used as AccountSwitcher.
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First, I’m going to implement a navigation drawer with standard Xamarin. After I get that working, I’ll add MvvmCross and implement each individual page as a view model.