With the React TabStrip component you can display a collection of tabs each with its own associated content. Users can easily navigate between tabs via mouse or keyboard, and each tab comes with several configuration options for how users can interact with it.
When the space your tabs occupy is greater than the width of the container, your layout can become unpleasant. To avoid this, the KendoReact TabStrip will automatically add scroll controls. Your layout will be intact, and your users will be pleased.
The KendoReact TabStrip component RTL mode enables you to display the control’s text and UI elements from right to left.
Every tab within the KendoReact TabStrip can be navigated to and interacted with using keyboard navigation, ensuring users can interact with the React component no matter which method they need to use.
The KendoReact TabStrip is fully accessible and has built-in compliance for Section 508 and WAI-ARIA standards, and has a AAA rating for WCAG 2.0.