I will describe and provide sample code – how to implement dynamic tabs in Oracle JET. This is useful for module loading, default JET template comes with static tabs – this works OK for the apps with smaller number of modules. When menu structure is more complex, it makes sense to load tabs for each module dynamically, when module is selected from the menu. This allows user to focus on modules he is working on, well just same as tabs in your Web browser.
Dynamic tabs are only visual placeholders, I’m using JET router to load module and keeping tab selection in synch. There are multiple benefits for such approach – module loading is following standard JET implementation with router, visually it looks like we have modules loaded using tabs. Overall implementation for dynamic UI Shell tabs with JET becomes quite simple, when relying on JET router. Read the complete article here.
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