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Touch-Friendly Navigation for Mobile Apps Over 20% of users abandon an application after using it the first time (per Localytics). How can you design your mobile app to avoid being one of these casualties? Start out by designing your application with mobile in mind. You can’t just replicate your desktop application and expect it to make sense on a smaller form factor. Each platform already has existing patterns your users are used to: iOS tab bars are on the bottom and include glyphs but Android tab bars are at the top and are text-on...
App Home Screen Navigation - FireMonkey UI Templates Providing your application menu on the home/main screen is a popular design pattern used in many applications today. It is especially useful in mobile applications where screen real estate is limited. Home screen navigation can be used by itself to serve as the main application menu, or used in conjunction with a slide-in drawer and/or additional toolbar navigation. Home screen navigation provides all the key application functionality at a glance on one screen. Providing a ...

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Designing App Navigation with TMultiView In RAD Studio XE7, we introduced a new smart menu component called TMultiView. With TMultiView, it is really easy to create app navigation that automatically adjusts itself depending on form factor, orientation and target platform using our new behavior services. TMultiView is a container component which means that you can parent many different components to it, such as a top aligned TToolbar or a client aligned TListview. To use the new TMultiView component, drag and drop the TMultiView compon...
Mobile User Interface Design: Navigation Drawer Drawer menus are very popular since they allow you to take advantage of more screen real estate when building your app. The main application menu is hidden by default, and invoked by tapping on a menu item or swiping left/right. This type of UI can be seen in many popular mobile applications, including Facebook, Youtube and Gmail. Drawer Navigation Key Features: Main app menu is hidden by default Invoked by tapping on a menu button or swiping left/right Allows you to take advan...
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