04-28-2020 08:53 AM
Today is the day of Microsoft Power Platform Online Conference 2020 (#PPOC2020). As a community we love to meet at in-person events, but in times like these it is pretty important to have the opportunity to learn and get together online as well.
Nevertheless on recent hackathons I was asked about some of my "ninja black-belt" skills which allows me to come up with apps quite fast and all of them having a clean and nice UI look & feel (to be discussed), I wanted to contribute to this initiative and share with you today the component:
Use the component as is. Build your apps faster in challenging times like these and never stop learning and sharing.
You can reach and follow me on Twitter @ carsten_growth where I am sharing stuff from my day to day business
This menu sample is using svg icon concept. The svg for an icon can be easily catched by using another gallery sample available here.
If you want to use the build-in icons instead, you would need to modify the component such as Img_HamMenuItem inside the gallery would need to have a modification on Image property.
Hello @Carsten_Growth ,
Thank you very much for sharing this component it is very helpful for everyone. I want to ask you a question: How does navigation between screens work? I see that in the definition of the menu tables and submenus they are not defined, and in the context variables, I have not managed to do it. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you very much for your time and help.
I haven't been able to get it to work with screen navigation but you could use forms/galleries on 1 screen and set the visible based on the hamburger selection i.e. If(HamburgerMenu_2.SelectedHamburgerMenuItemID = 1,true,false) would make it so that something like a gallery is visible if home is selected otherwise visible would be false. So for the App selection set that ID in the visible for the item you want to show.