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In the past few months there has been a tremendous buzz around an emerging navigation component on Android. This pattern, known as the fly-in app menu or side navigation, is now used in numerous high-quality applications such as Prixing, YouTube, Spotify, Google+, Evernote, etc. In this talk, we will concentrate on understanding why these companies decided to switch from the plain old dashboard to the fly-in app menu.
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The fly-in app menu for designer and developer
Cyril Mottier is Mobile Software Engineer at Capitaine Train and Android Google Developer Expert. Passionate about technology and design, Cyril is an avid lover of Android and a multi-skilled engineer. He is actively involved in the Android community and shares his passion writing blog posts, creating open source libraries and giving talks. His motto: “Do less, but do it insanely great”