The Vue BottomNavigation component is perfect for adding a convenient way for users to navigate between primary screens on touch devices. Typically used in responsive applications and Progressive Web Applications, bottom navigation places three to five items, consisting of text and an optional image, across the bottom of the screen where they are easily accessible.
The Vue BottomNavigation component can display its item as text, icons, or a mix of both. If you are using a mix, you can specify that the text be rendered above or below the icon.
Positioning HTML elements can be tricky, but the Vue BottomNavigation component can be easily positioned through a single configuration option. Choose if the menu should be fixed and always remain at the bottom of the viewport or sticky and only remain at the bottom of the viewport after a certain position has been scrolled past.
Configuring the appearance of the Vue Bottom Navigation component is a breeze. Options like filling in each item with a solid color or just rendering an outline, as well as appearance options associated with success, warning, error, and primary and more common scenarios let you make the React Bottom Navigation component fit any design requirements.
The Vue BottomNavigation component's primary purpose is navigating between app screens. To make this as easy as possible, it can integrate with any routing library.
The Vue BottomNavigation menu is professionally styled by default but you can override or modify its styles to make it your own. You just need to use the item property. You can make customizations as simple as style and color or you can add other Kendo UI for Vue components.