5 Tips For Building Tabs In Javascript

Ext JS is a JavaScript framework that enables developers to build web apps for any modern device. It includes 140+ fully supported components that easily integrate with React and Angular. It features a customizable tab control to easily allow you to add powerful tabs within your Javascript application. There are a number of advanced features it supports including overflow scroller tabs, icons on tabs, and bottom tabs. Take a look at the below tips for building tabs in a Javascript application.

#1. How do I implement basic tabs in Ext JS?

Tabs on a component enable handy user engaging means of displaying multiple related content, one iteration of a view at a time.

#2. How do I implement advanced features in tabs?

There are options for anchoring the collection of tabs along any position on the perimeter of the component container, and likewise within the collection of tabs, the option of rotating the tab itself within its container.

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#3. How do I implement the overflow scroller tabs?

The Tab Panel component provides the means for managing tabs in such a way where “back” and “next” buttons can allow access to tabs not readily visible within the current display, called the overflow.

#4. How do I implement icons on tabs in Ext JS?

Text is the most common way to signal information in a tab header, but other options, called icons, exist as well, which can be just as engaging if not more so in initiating action in an application.

#5. How do I implement positioning bottom tabs in Ext JS?

Tabs on a component can be configured to be docked along any position on the component’s perimeter.

ExtJS has Everything you need to Create Stunning Web Applications

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