Tile is usually one of the last things done in a home because the grout is very sensitive to movement when first installed, so is the thin set under your new tile. Tiling is a messy job, save it for last, the end result will be much better looking.
Think about it… If you install that tile first it may seem easier intially but then your walking on it to install your cabinets, counter tops, sinks, plumbing, appliances, lots of opportunity for screw ups. And it’s NEW tile, it ain’t gonna look like that after your finished.
Get the heavy lifing done, finish your tile when all the above (except appliances) is done. Then roll you frig, stove, and dish washer into place!!!
If your talking about vinyl tile (VCT), I don’t see the problem with setting tile first and then installing the cabinets. It’s fairly durable and easy to replace single tiles. Often, after work is completed, we will strip the factory wax and apply new coats of wax for an even finish. When the tenants move out, it’s easy to re-strip and wax to make the floor look new again.