The Pivot control and related tabs pattern are used for navigating frequently accessed, distinct content categories. Pivots allow for navigation between two or more content views and relies on text headers to articulate the different sections of content.

• Tapping on a pivot item header navigates to that header's section content.

Tabs are a visual variant of Pivot that use a combination of icons and text or just icons to articulate section content.

For more details and examples visit the official docs. The R package can not handle each and every case, so for advanced use cases you need to work using the original docs to achieve the desired result.

Pivot(...)

PivotItem(...)

## Arguments

alwaysRender

boolean
Defines whether to always render the pivot item (regardless of whether it is selected or not). Useful if you're rendering content that is expensive to mount.

ariaLabel

string

Note that unless you have compelling requirements you should not override aria-label.

IButtonProps | { [key: string]: string | number | boolean; }
Props for the header command button. This provides a way to pass in native props, such as data-* and aria-*, for each pivot header/link element.

string
The text displayed of each pivot link.

itemCount

number | string
Defines an optional item count displayed in parentheses just after the linkText.

itemIcon

string
An optional icon to show next to the pivot link.

itemKey

string
An required key to uniquely identify a pivot item.

Note: The 'key' from react props cannot be used inside component.

keytipProps

IKeytipProps
Optional keytip for this PivotItem.

string
The text displayed of each pivot link - renaming to headerText.

IRenderFunction<IPivotItemProps>
Optional custom renderer for the pivot item link.

className

string
Additional css class to apply to the Pivot

componentRef

IRefObject<IPivot>
Optional callback to access the IPivot interface. Use this instead of ref for accessing the public methods and properties of the component.

defaultSelectedIndex

number
Default selected index for the pivot. Only provide this if the pivot is an uncontrolled component; otherwise, use the selectedKey property.

This property is also mutually exclusive with defaultSelectedKey.

defaultSelectedKey

string
Default selected key for the pivot. Only provide this if the pivot is an uncontrolled component; otherwise, use the selectedKey property.

This property is also mutually exclusive with defaultSelectedIndex.

getTabId

(itemKey: string, index: number) => string
Callback to customize how IDs are generated for each tab header. Useful if you're rendering content outside and need to connect aria-labelledby.

boolean
Whether to skip rendering the tabpanel with the content of the selected tab. Use this prop if you plan to separately render the tab content and don't want to leave an empty tabpanel in the page that may confuse Screen Readers.

initialSelectedIndex

number
Index of the pivot item initially selected. Mutually exclusive with initialSelectedKey. Only provide this if the pivot is an uncontrolled component; otherwise, use selectedKey.

initialSelectedKey

string
Key of the pivot item initially selected. Mutually exclusive with initialSelectedIndex. Only provide this if the pivot is an uncontrolled component; otherwise, use selectedKey.

PivotLinkFormat

PivotLinkSize

(item?: PivotItem, ev?: React.MouseEvent<HTMLElement>) => void
Callback for when the selected pivot item is changed.

selectedKey

string | null
Key of the selected pivot item. Updating this will override the Pivot's selected item state. Only provide this if the pivot is a controlled component where you are maintaining the current state; otherwise, use defaultSelectedKey.

styles

IStyleFunctionOrObject<IPivotStyleProps, IPivotStyles>
Call to provide customized styling that will layer on top of the variant rules.

theme

ITheme
Theme provided by High-Order Component.

## Examples

library(shiny.fluent)

if (interactive()) {
shinyApp(
ui = Pivot(
PivotItem(headerText = "Tab 1", Label("Hello 1")),
PivotItem(headerText = "Tab 2", Label("Hello 2"))
),
server = function(input, output) {}
)
}