AA UX BSMA Lesson 12 Part 3 - Hooking Up The Event Handlers on the Slide-in Menu
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In the previous lesson we created a slide-in menu to display the main menu of our application. The menu is actually a List control that displays the various menu choices and the menu List is displayed in a window that slides in from the right edge of the screen. However, at this point, when you tap on an item in the menu, nothing happens.
In this lesson we will show how you can add event handlers to this menu so that clicking on an item in the menu actually does something.
At the end of the lesson, your component won't look any different than it did at the start, but clicking on the 'Search' option in the slide-in menu will display the Search Panel.
NOTE: If you did not complete lesson 11, and want to start with this lesson, you can download the Lesson12_Start component to use as your starting point: