jqxMenu has a rich set of events and built-in functions guaranteeing full control over the Menu. With the jqxMenu API, you can get the clicked menu item, open or close a sub menu, disable or enable a menu item or the entire Menu.
jqxMenu uses a list items and CSS for rendering. You can turn your list items into a nice-looking menu by calling a single function. Below is a html markup for building a Menu.
You can easily turn the jqxMenu into a context menu or popup menu. In the context menu mode the menu is displayed as a result of user action such as right-click or hover.
This is the default display mode of the jqxMenu. When you create the menu, the root level menu items will be displayed in a row and the sub-menus will be opened below the root items.
jqxMenu automatically adjusts its internal behavior for optimal rendering and
best user experience on touch devices. When you touch a root-level item, the sub-menu
will be opened.
jqxMenu supports all major desktop and mobile web browsers – Internet Explorer 7.0+, Firefox 2.0+, Safari 3.0+, Opera 9.0+, Google Chrome, IE Mobile, Android, Opera Mobile, Mobile Safari(IPhone, IPad).