When creating your apps in Power Apps, sometimes you need tabs to break down the UI inside a screen. Today Darren & Barry will discuss what is involved in creating tabs in Power Apps. We’ll also be discussing the topics of using containers and groups.
In Microsoft Power Apps, a group is a way to visually organize items on a screen. It allows you to group together related items and apply formatting to them as a single unit. For example, you might use a group to group together a set of fields on a form or a set of buttons on a toolbar. You can add a group to a screen by clicking the “Insert” tab in the ribbon and selecting the “Group” option.
A container, on the other hand, is a type of control that you can use to hold other controls. Containers are useful because they allow you to apply formatting and behavior to a set of controls as a single unit. For example, you might use a container to hold a set of fields on a form, and then set the container’s background color and border style to give the fields a consistent look and feel. You can add a container to a screen by clicking the “Insert” tab in the ribbon and selecting the “Container” option.
In summary, a group is a visual organization tool that allows you to apply formatting to a set of items, while a container is a control that you can use to hold other controls and apply formatting and behavior to them as a single unit.
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