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In mobile configuration, it is possible to define the optimization of the application, to run on mobile devices.

See below for available settings.

Mobile optimization

Mobile Menu Configuration Interface

Sets the orientation of menu items when set to the normal value in the Menu mobile option.

The menu can be displayed vertically or horizontally. See the examples below.

Vertical menu example

Example of vertical menu on mobile

Horizontal menu example

Exemple of Horizontal menu pn mobile

Mobile Menu

Defines the menu display format in two ways normal and navigation.

Normal

Standard horizontal menu occupying only the space needed to display the items.

Sample normal menu

Example of mobile navigation menu

This type of menu expands and occupies the entire screen, so that navigation is limited to only the options arranged within the selected item.

Sample Navigation Menu

Mobile Navigation menu example

hide the menu

Defines whether the menu can be collapsed or will remain fixed on the screen.

When enabled, this feature allows the end user to hide the menu. If the developer chooses to disable this option, the menu items will remain displayed on the screen.

The behavior of the hide menu option is defined in the options detailed below, which are enabled only when activating the hide menu feature.

Initial state of the menu

Available only when the Hide menu function is enabled, this setting sets the initial state of the menu.

The options are Open and Hide.

Open

When selecting this value, the menu items are displayed on the initial access to the application, without the need to click on the button to expand the menu.

Example of open starting menu

Example of open starting menu

Hide

In this option the menu items will not be displayed in the initial load of the application, it is necessary to create the button to expand the menu to perform the navigation.

Example of menu starting closed

Example of open starting menu

float menu

Defines how items are opened in relation to the application.

When enabled, items will be displayed floating over the application without changing its display.

When disabled, items will be opened together with the application, occupying space and moving it away for as long as it is open.

Example with option enabled

Example of open starting menu

Example with the option disabled

Example of open starting menu

Hide menu when clicking an item

This feature allows menu items to be collapsed when clicking on one of the items to open an application.

Hide menu icon

Defines whether the Hide Menu button will always be visible.

This option is only available if the Hide menu when clicking an item is enabled.

Enabled

In this case, the hide menu button will also be hidden when clicked, returned to display as soon as an item is clicked to open an application.

Example of open starting menu

Disabled

In this case, the hide menu button will always be visible, even when items are being displayed.

Example of open starting menu