The main navigation provides access to navigation links for the application as well as notifications, recently visited items, pinned items, and a search input field.
In the following demo, you will see main navigation of the essential app info, operator, and main props, as well as a set of links that offer the simplest layer of navigation.
If enabled, the Create dropdown is the first item in the navigation – where users can create a case.
A search input field is rendered directly below the application branding at the top of the main navigation. This input provides application-wide search.
The notifications section displays operator-specific notifications and their given state. Count badges are used, as well as visual cues to indicate whether a notification item has been "read".
If there are notifications to display, a drawer will open from the main navigation with the contents of the items provided. If there are no notifications to show, a simple empty message will display when the corresponding drawer opens.
Notification items will render a visual, primary text, a list of secondary text, and an unread indicator.
Recents and pins
The recents section of the main navigation shows a list of the user’s recently visited items within the application. A drawer opens from the main navigation with the contents of the items provided. If there are no items to display, a simple empty message will display when the corresponding drawer opens.
Recent items will render primary text and a list of secondary text.
This demo includes all of the individual features that are highlighted in the prior demos. This demo serves as the most complete representation of the main navigation component.