Chinedu Imoh
Jul 22, 2021 ⋅ 12 min read

How to build a tab component in React

Chinedu Imoh Chinedu is a tech enthusiast focused on full-stack JavaScript and Infrastructure engineering.

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6 Replies to "How to build a tab component in React"

  1. Great tutorial! I’m trying to figure out how to add a third tab. Based on `{activeTab === “tab1” ? : }` I’m guessing this isn’t possible?

  2. While this works, I’d consider using:
    – nav with a in it (no li links, semantic)
    – role and aria-* tags (screen readers)
    – useTabs hook (headless components)

    apologies if I missed one of the above while flying over it like the “veccino” (great Netflix series) and thx 4 the efforts

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