First and foremost, thank you to @daniel vernon for drafting me into Dribbble. What an amazing community of talent!
I made Trunk.js because I was sick of going to mobile sites and seeing horrible Navigation Drawers with jittery and broken functionality. This is a responsive layout that will automatically tuck the Navigation into the drawer depending on the device/screen size. It's built with CSS animations (and some jQuery) so it's super smooth on iOS and Android devices. I hope you guys are able to use it.
Update: Now working on iOS 7 beta browser.
6 months ago
Love the color choices. Good stuff.
This is awesome man!
This is a great idea. I might try it out on a site today.
@inkstache | Case Morton I'd love to see it out there! Thanks so much for the kind words guys.
great colours and design!
Good to have you on Dribbble. Thanks for letting me use it on hostusapp.com.
This is a really great responsive layout and I love the design
really very nice
Me gustan mucho los colores. Buen primer Shot.
Umm, this is awesome! I may just have to use this one, cause the nav-collapse UI in Bootstrap kinda sucks. Thanks, and welcome to Dribbble!
Update: that said, it would be nice if your demo was built on Bootstrap since it's so popular :)
Update 2: would you consider making a double slide out version? This way you could have a set of links off to the left, and another set of links off to the right...
Nice execution :)
@Chris Allen thanks and great suggestion. I'll definitely look into doing that.
@Rob Luke Can I Paypal you beer money? Is your Paypal under the same email you have posted on your site :)
@Chris Allen the offer of beer is payment enough :). I'm just thrilled that people will get to use it. As for the "double nav drawer": I actually messed around with that recently. I will add that ability and post it here as soon as I get the chance.
"Butter smooth" ...indeed! Brilliant!
@Rob Luke well I sent it anyways :) Awesome to hear you already tried out the double-pane. Can't wait to see that (and more importantly, Bootstrap support).
Great work, but submenu support would be even better
Really amazing! Welcome to dribbble :)
What a fun day! I've been waiting to get on Dribbble, so it's great to get this many likes on the debut. The Trunk.js framework has been downloaded over 200 times today, which is thrilling, so I'm looking forward to adding some more tricks to the bag like submenu (@Ant Ekşiler ;)) and others. Thanks again everyone.
Thank you so much for sharing! Awesome work.
Awesome first shot dude. Very nice work! Welcome to the game :)
@Rob Luke That would be awesome. Do you have a github repo for the plugin?
Nice work! Welcome))
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