SimpleMenuButton in WPF Ribbon

The difference between SimpleMenuButton and the other menu button is that it cannot have a sub menu. And it can be used with ApplicationMenu.

<syncfusion:Ribbon Name="_Ribbon1" HorizontalAlignment="Stretch" VerticalAlignment="Top">
<syncfusion:RibbonTab Name="_RibbonTab1" Caption="HOME"  IsChecked="False">
<syncfusion:RibbonBar Name="_RibbonBar1" Header="RibbonBar1"/>
</syncfusion:RibbonTab>
<syncfusion:RibbonTab Caption="EDIT"  IsChecked="False"/>
<syncfusion:Ribbon.ApplicationMenu>
<syncfusion:ApplicationMenu Name="_ApplicationMenu" Width="38" Height="38" syncfusion:Ribbon.KeyTip="F" IsPopupOpen="False" ApplicationButtonImage="syncfusion.png">
<syncfusion:SimpleMenuButton Label="File" Icon="Document32.png"/>
<syncfusion:SimpleMenuButton Label="Open" Icon="Document32.png"/>
</syncfusion:ApplicationMenu>
</syncfusion:Ribbon.ApplicationMenu>
</syncfusion:Ribbon>

Create instance of SimpleMenuButton and add it to ApplicationMenu Items through code behind.

SimpleMenuButton _SimpleMenuButton = new SimpleMenuButton() { Label = "File", Width = 100 };
SimpleMenuButton _SimpleMenuButton1 = new SimpleMenuButton() { Label = "Open", Width = 100 };
_ApplicationMenu.Items.Add(_SimpleMenuButton);
_ApplicationMenu.Items.Add(_SimpleMenuButton1);
Dim _SimpleMenuButton As New SimpleMenuButton() With {
	.Label = "File",
	.Width = 100
}
Dim _SimpleMenuButton1 As New SimpleMenuButton() With {
	.Label = "Open",
	.Width = 100
}
_ApplicationMenu.Items.Add(_SimpleMenuButton)
_ApplicationMenu.Items.Add(_SimpleMenuButton1)