To get going, install the module like usual (and the dependent Libraries module). Then you’ll have to create a new folder in sites/all/libraries called: responsive_navigation to store the plugin. And yes you’ll have to put the plugin there. But no worries, it’s fast and if you use drush, even faster:
drush dl responsive_navigation libraries
drush en responsive_navigation libraries
And that’s it. This should download and enable both modules and the Responsive Navigation js plugin. But just to make sure that the plugin is loaded by the module, you can check on the Status report page if everything is in order.
Using this module is quite simple once you understand a bit what to expect. First thing you should do is create yourself a menu, but do not assign it to any regions. Next, visit admin/config/user-interface/responsive_navigation and make sure you have 1 selected there. Finally, visit admin/structure/block and you’ll see a new block created by the module. Assign it to a region and configure it.
First thing is to select the menu parent and optionally the menu depth. The parent is the menu you want the responsive-nav.js plugin applied to. After that, the following configuration options are plugin specific.
You can select whether you want the menu to be animated or not, and if so, you can specify the animation transition time. You can also write the label you want applied when the menu gets 'closed in'. And another cool feature is that you can choose where the animation should happen once the menu is 'closed in': below or above it.
So these are some pretty nifty things right here. Something to keep in mind though: the module is brand new so there may be glitches here and there. But that’s OK. There is an issue queue where we can all contribute to flagging and fixing problems.
Hope this helps.