I want to build a slightly different version of
<ion-side-menu>. The current menu works by sliding the main content area out of the way to reveal a fixed position menu “behind”. I would like to reverse it, so the content remains fixed, but the menu slides in/out over the top.
While I can achieve a simple version of this, it doesn’t come with all the logic I can see in
<ion-side-menu>. Things like…
- You can drag from the edge of the main content to begin dragging open the main menu.
- When you drag a slight distance, it automatically snaps back.
- Or if you drag over half way, it will snap all the way open.
- If you drag quickly it will snap open all the way as well.
I have noticed similar logic powering
<ion-slide-box> as well with regards to dragging, snapping, etc.
Where is this logic? How can I use it?
I understand collide might be powering some of this, but I would rather not try to rebuild it given I want to use all logic that currently powers the
Is there a way I can find the drag/open/close code for
<ion-side-menu> and just re-purpose it?
Edit: Here is a codepen of what I mean: http://codepen.io/HappyPelican/pen/NGKYOE
Of course, the menu only shows when you click the button and hides when you click inside the menu somewhere. But I want to have all the drag/snap logic that comes with ion-side-menu as well, and given that logic already exists to power ion-side-menu and largely in ion-slide-box, I was hoping someone could help me work out how to re-use it.