The pop-up mode is another type of overflow mode in which a pop-up holds the additional tabs when there are a greater number of tabs than can be shown. You can view the out-of-sight tabs by exploring the pop-up mode.
Users can nest one tab within another tab to design a complex layout.
The tab bar has a good visual representation for segregating active tabs and inactive tabs. It has an enormous interaction area for navigation in mobile tab view. The tab headers can be icons, plain text, or both. The position of the icons can also be changed to the left, right, top, and bottom inside tab headers.
A row of tabs can be aligned horizontally on the top or bottom of tab content to make a top-to-bottom or bottom-to-top hierarchy in a tab bar.
Users can configure the Remove button for each tab or specific tabs to remove it dynamically.
Navigate among tabs with nice, built-in animation effects (for example: slide animation) when you click or tap a tab. The tab navigation happens on swiping within the content or tapping a tab header in a mobile tab view.
Users can dynamically load the content to the tab pane on activating it. They can also load the content from external pages using the AJAX library.
Users can adjust a tab’s height automatically according to its content, parent container, or the height of the highest tab panel.
Developers can control the appearance and behavior of the Tabs control using a rich set of APIs, such as those for adding a new tab or removing a tab.