NappDrawer - A side drawer navigation container view controller for Appcelerator Titanium.

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The Napp Drawer module extends the Appcelerator Titanium Mobile framework. The module is licensed under the MIT license. There are some minor platform parity differences in this module. iOS version uses Windows whereas Android uses views. The android version still uses the same properties even though its views rather than windows, e.g. isAnyWindowOpen() is the exact same method call on each platform.

https://github.com/viezel/NappDrawer

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