A very easy way of creating custom - Bootstrap based - dropdown menu's. Create whatever you want in the Mendix Modeler and use this as content for the dropdown menu. Transform a normal container element into a stunning user-friendly dropdown menu.
Widgets5 stars, based on 19 votes
5/5starsGreat widget. I've started using it in all new applications and reworking some old ones to implement it.
5/5starsThis is perfect for any list that has a plethora of mf buttons/links for a single object!
5/5starsGreat widget. Easy to use.
3/5starsGreat for menu designs. Seems to have some problems with context changes and conditional visibility though. An offline version would be nice!
Dorus van der Kroft
5/5starsGreat for creating stylish drop-down menus. For instance, a profile menu with user details and their photo.
5/5starsGreat widget that exactly does what I was looking for.
It would be nice if the selected menu item would stay visible when the dropdown closes.
4/5starsThis is a great widget for situations where you want to offer a set of options against an object. If you want to use the split button, it has a couple of limitations that I have flagged as issues in GitHub.
4/5starsGreat widget, but gives an error in Mx 7.18.1 and 7.19
Failed to execute 'removeChild' on 'Node': The node to be removed is not a child of this node.
4/5starsGreat UX addition. I only have an issue when I am placing the widget in a listener dataview, All microflows with an input parameter become grayed out and unclickable.
5/5starsVery useful for custom menu dropdowns
Sjors Schultz (Ordina)
3/5starsWorks great when your triggered action navigates you to another page. When staying on the current page a triggered microflow with a refresh in client action raises a client error message due to a fast reload. Submitted an issue on GitHub (#24)
4/5starsFor people that have issues since MX 7.18, this is due to an implementation issue, not a bug in the widget. Please have a look at the following link: