Included in the core and enabled by default:
The screenReader add-on adds support for screen readers and now also enables other add-ons to do the same.
Activate extensions only for specified media queries.
For responsive purposes, all extensions can be (de)activated when (un)matching a media query using the new responsive option.
Because not everybody speaks English ;)
With the new translations files, it is super-easy to localize your menu.
Customize the CSS and JS
Utilizing the power of taskrunner Gulp, creating a customized version of the mmenu plugin is now easier than ever before. Override SCSS variables and concatenate only the .css and .js files you need into a custom build.
On page scrolling
Enable smooth scrolling to a section on the current page with the pageScroll add-on.
Detailed styling for listviews
Add some more detailed styling to the listviews in your menu with the new listview extension.
Give the new "slide up" and "none" effects a try in the updated effects extension.
Sketch design file
Download the mmenu Sketch design file and start integrating mmenu in your designs.
You probably won't notice much different...
But we actually spent quite some time on refactoring and improving how stuff works:
Added in version 5.7, for tabs, pills and navbars.
With the Bootstrap wrapper, it is super-easy to use mmenu on Bootstrap tabs, pills and navbars.
Give it a go, hit the orientation-icon to toggle the Bootstrap navbar.
As of version 5.6, the jQuery.mmenu plugin is licensed under the CC-BY-NC-4.0 license.
You are free to use the jQuery.mmenu plugin for your personal or non-profit website and you can purchase a license if you want to use it in a commercial website.
Don't hold your breath, but we've working on some amazing new options, extensions and add-ons.
For the full list of all changes, go ahead and check out changelog page.