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The AppTabs container is used to allow the user to switch between different content panels. Tabs are either just text or text and an icon. It is recommended not to mix some tabs having icons and some without. A tab container is created using container.NewAppTabs(...) and passing container.TabItem items (that can be created using container.NewTabItem(...)).

The tab container can be configured by setting the location of tabs, one of container.TabLocationTop, container.TabLocationBottom, container.TabLocationLeading and container.TabLocationTrailing. The default location is top.

package main

import (

func main() {
	myApp := app.New()
	myWindow := myApp.NewWindow("TabContainer Widget")

	tabs := container.NewAppTabs(
		container.NewTabItem("Tab 1", widget.NewLabel("Hello")),
		container.NewTabItem("Tab 2", widget.NewLabel("World!")),

	//tabs.Append(container.NewTabItemWithIcon("Home", theme.HomeIcon(), widget.NewLabel("Home tab")))



When loaded on a mobile device the tab location may be ignored. In a portrait orientation a leading or trailing position will be changed to bottom. When in landscape orientation, the top or bottom positions will be moved to leading.