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"Menu"
Dynamic Menus
by 
Luis Filipe Oliveira
4 Jquery and CSS based dropdown with multi level menu. A great tip for those looking for something ready or easy to implement, to replace the default menu from the platform in your projects. Now with a backoffice so we can easily insert or manage entries.
Latest version 
2.0.3  (O11)
Latest release
21 May
Also available for 
Dropdown Menu
Menu
Slide Menu
by 
João Melo
This component uses only some CSS to transform the OutSystems default Application Menu into a Slide one. It is responsive.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O9)
Latest release
05 February 2015
CSS
Menu
slide
WheelMenu
by 
Rodrigo Coutinho
WheelMenu is a circular menu aimed at mobile that allows you to quickly select from a small set of options quickly with your thumb.
Latest version 
0.0.2  (O8)
Latest release
16 December 2013
Menu
UI
Menu JQuery (IJ)
by 
Ian Johnstone
This is a modification to the MenuJQuery menu system found elsewhere in the the forge. It has 3 major features that are upgrades; support for colors, roles and cpu efficiency by only building the menu once (see below). See the Discussion "How to integrate into your project..." to do just that.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O9)
Latest release
14 December 2014
Menu
Slide and Push Menu
by 
Miguel Domingues
Have a Slide or Push Menu overlay in your page easily.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O10)
Latest release
06 July 2017
push
Menu
slide
Menu Collapse _Dublin Theme_
by 
Rafael Fantato
After click on menu, it is closed and a modal loading is showed
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O9.1)
Latest release
17 June 2016
Menu
dublin
collapse
click
Side Menu
by 
Raphael Ranieri
Use responsive and retractable side menus.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O10)
Latest release
15 May 2017
Menu
Side
Retractable
responsive
Accordion Dublin Menu
by 
KataJun
Functions to enable menu accordion by the default menu button in Desktop or Tablet resolution. These functions are for only Dublin Theme.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O11)
Latest release
1 Apr
Also available for 10
CSS
dublin
javascript
Menu
SilkUI
tablet
UI
web
webblock
Bouncy Navigation
by 
Hélio Cardoso
Full-screen navigation, with floating menu items
Latest version 
2.0.0  (O9)
Latest release
19 June 2015
Menu
mobile
responsive
animation
modal
Navigation
RestaurantMenu
by 
Hélio Cardoso
Applying CSS 3D transforms to components can bring some more realism to normally flat web elements. The idea is to show the menu as a folded flyer and unfold it in order to show the menu items.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O9)
Latest release
03 July 2015
flyer
Menu
restaurant
animation
AnimatedBorderMenu
by 
Hélio Cardoso
An off-canvas icon navigation with an animated border effect.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O9)
Latest release
03 July 2015
animation
responsive
mobile
Menu
border
RetinaMenu
by 
Hélio Cardoso
A responsive, touch-friendly and Retina-ready menu with three layouts for different browser sizes. The menu automatically changes to one of three different layouts depending on the browser window size: a “desktop” inline version, a two columns tablet-optimized version and a mobile version.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O9)
Latest release
03 July 2015
retina
Menu
responsive
mobile
HorizontalMenu
by 
Hélio Cardoso
Burguer menu built with just CSS3, no javascript needed. Instead of the commom vertical slide in, it has an horizontal slide.
Latest version 
1.1.0  (O9)
Latest release
19 June 2015
Menu
css3
horizontal
burguer
Menu AZ
by 
Raphael Ranieri
Group your Links by Initials from A-Z. Or even Categories!
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O10)
Latest release
15 May 2017
az
group
groupby
links
Menu
responsive
quick access
site map
Multilevel Menu Vertical
by 
Gustavo Luís Hinterholz
Dynamic Multilevel Menu Vertical An option for approaching vertical menus without limitation of levels and with the possibility of being registered dynamically.
Latest version 
1.0.0  (O11)
Latest release
28 Feb
Dynamic Menu
Menu
menu levels