actionmenu for Android Publisher's description
ActionMenu provides a replacement menu system for Android Applications
ActionMenu provides a replacement menu system for Android Applications. It functions similarly to the menu system provided in Androids ActionBar.
Please keep in mind this is only for Application developers. What I hope people to gain from this is the code that makes this work. I hate how the stock contextual menu looks in applications and enjoy the menu system that Android 3.0 has. This code allows you to have that same menu system in your application. (Not perfect replica, but way better than the old stock menu system)
This example works for 2.1 and up, however it can work for 1.6 and up, you just need to change onBackPressed to the proper method for handling the back button being pressed.
This may also work for 1.5 and up, but I have not tested or verified this.
This project simply provides you with the resources and knowledge of how to do this. It is not a library or a library project that you can just throw into your application.
Also, in this example I place the menu under the header. You do not have to have a header to use this menu system. If you want you can remove the header and position the menu to appear anywhere.
The menu system was created by Stephen Erickson (Stericson).
Randy Findley made modifications to the menu system so that it was easier to manage via the MenuService. His changes include building the menu via the MenuService and handling the functions of each menu item via the MenuService as well as some other smaller modifications to the menu.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall