Tenon for breadboards
Hey, folks, new here so here is my first question. Not new to woodworking since I've made most of the furniture in my house. Now I'm down to the dining room table out of red oak. I've never done breadboards and in doing a lot of research and watching videos, I'm somewhat confused about the tenons. Some show a continous tenon and others do a more conventional mortise and tenon joint, and still others do a loose tenon joint. Is one better than the other and if so, why? Thanks.