ActionBar can be used at any level of the application and may play many roles, from control panels to price display areas in the product checkout. It provides a content slot and allows any content layout composition with utilities like Stack.
ActionBar can be used for displaying it as a top or bottom content section. Changing its position will change the side at which it is divided from the rest of the content.
ActionBar supports large size for the page level layout areas, like header or footer. Using it will increase the padding size of the ActionBar on tablet and desktop screens.
ActionBar is highly composable and easily works for combining layout utilities, text content, action elements and other components.
ActionBar doesn't require any additional accessibility logic when used for separating the content. If ActionBar has a different semantic meaning in a specific use-case, you can provide accessibility related attributes to it, like role or aria-attributes. Additionally it can be linked with its internal content using accessibility ids.
|className||string||-||false||className for the root element|
|attributes||object||-||false||Attributes for the root element|