A component that enables responsive layout by implementing both a two-column layout and a sliding menu layout.
It can be configured to automatically expand into a column layout on large screens and collapse the menu on smaller screens. When the menu is collapsed the user can open it by swiping.
Splitter is used to display a menu next to the main content. It can be configured to either display in column layout or as a swipeable menu. It is also possible to automatically switch between column layout and a layout with a swipeable menu based on the screen size or any arbitrary condition. In some situations it can be useful to display a column layout on large devices and hide the menu on smaller screens.
The menu is defined using the
SplitterSide component. This component can either be displayed as a column next to the main content or as a swipeable menu. This behavior is controlled using the
To enable opening and closing the menu by swiping the
isSwipeable property must be defined. The
side property is used to specify on which side of the screen the menu is displayed.
The menu can be opened and closed using the
isOpen property. This property only works when the menu is collapsed, since in column layout it is always visible.
In the following example the menu is opened, when the user presses a button. The
onClose property is called when the menu is closed and is used to control the state.
The main content of the screen is put inside the
SplitterContent component. A
Page component should be put as a child of this component.
<Splitter> <SplitterContent> <Page> Main content </Page> </SplitterContent </Splitter>
|onDeviceBackButton||function||Custom handler for device back button. Optional.|
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