Introducing a TabItem.IsTabVisible property would be useful. Currently, if you want to hide a tab, you need to remove it from the TabView.Items collection and cache it in a backing collection. Then, to re-show the tab, remove it from the cache and add it back to the TabItems (preferably at the same index if you've also cached it's position).
when the flow direction is changed to RTL
Expected: View should show in the order (tab2,tab1)
Actual: View is showing in the order (tab1,tab2)
As we need to show loading spinner on Tabview so require property IsBusy or Isloading on Tabview. We are doing dynamic Tab header binding as per api response. Tab should be locked till loading spinner is showing on UI.
This feature request asks for the option to align the TabViewItemHeaders to one side of the HeaderPosition, using the minimal amount of horizontal space (rendered as if they're in a horizontal StackLayout) As a good example, the UI for WPF TabControl does this, notice the tab headers are left-aligned: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/controls/radtabcontrol/overview2
Support for interactive TabHeader content (i.e. Buttons, Checkboxes) that does not invoke the tab selection and is aligned next to the tabs
We should consider adding one or more events related to the selection of the TabView control.
Presently the TabView only supports unbound mode and there is no way to bind a list of items from the view model to display as tabviewitems. It would be convenient if there is an ItemsSource property.
At the moment when clicking the overflow button, a list of items is displayed in a Popup. It would be convenient if there is a built-in mechanism for defining a custom action upon clicking the overflow button. For example one might want to open a SideDrawer.