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We never added extensibility api’s to create new tabs there. There was not an intentional decision to never do it, but there was also never a decision to do it. I guess the best bet for now is to create a custom sidebar.
Is there a standard way of outputting dynamic css for a custom block besides putting it inline in style="" attributes and without outputting <style> tags in the edit function of the block?
If the dynamic CSSCSSCascading Style Sheets. styles you want to add should affect just a single instance of the block I think using the style attribute may be the way to go.
If it is dynamic but there is a limited set of different possible styles e.g.: dynamic but there are like 5 different style configurations. Probably creating classes as part of the block styles CSS and then dynamically deciding which class to add to the block seems to be the way to go.