The Vue Menu makes navigating your web application a breeze. Your main pages will be displayed horizontally or vertically across the screen and their child pages will be rendered in associated dropdowns. Context menus are also supported for an even more advanced level of UX.
Bind the Vue menu to local or remote data arrays for ultimate automation.
Make your Vue menu yours with multiple customization options for the listed items. For example, choose to use text only, text and icons, or icons only.
By default, the Vue Menu is displayed horizontally as most top-level website navigation is presented. You can choose to render It vertically by setting a single property. This is akin to side navigation or a Table of Contents.
The Vue Menu component integrates nicely with the Vue router or any other router library to provide navigation inside the web application. Clicking an item from the Menu will route the user to the corresponding page.
The Vue Menu can be displayed on right-click as a context menu for a familiar desktop-like UX. This is often used for integration with other Kendo UI for Vue components such as the Data Grid.
Built-in support for keyboard only navigation gives your users and alternative to the mouse as the primary means of interaction.
The Vue Menu helps you create apps for everybody. Full accessibility, AAA and WCAG 2.0 rating, and Section 508 and WAI-ARIA standards are baked in.