SlidingMenu is an Open Source Android library that allows developers to easily create applications with sliding menus like those made popular in the Google+, YouTube, and Facebook apps. This demo app lets you explore the various properties you can set and customizations that you can do with SlidingMenu, as well as showing you basic ways to integrate it into your app.
You can find the library as well as this app itself on GitHub (http://github.com/jfeinstein10/SlidingMenu). Feel free to use the library all you want provided that you cite this project and include the license in your app.
SlidingMenu is currently used in some incredibly popular Android apps such as Rdio, Plume, VLC for Android, The Verge, MTG Familiar, Falcon Pro, PS3 Trophies, and MW3 Barracks. If you are using SlidingMenu in your app and would like to be listed here, please let me know via Twitter (http://twitter.com/SlidingMenu)!
Special thanks to Taylor Ling for making the icon and the awesome new up indicator. You can find his Android design blog at http://androiduiux.com/.
And remember; it's SlidingMenu, not Sliding Menu :)
Various performance and behavior improvements
Flattening the required view hierarchy
Introduction of new Right and Left/Right modes
Day 1 bugfixes
Initial release on the Play Store :)