I think it just has a
specular properties - you can find the parameters in the API documentation.
If you want to look in the package you can look at the typings (*.d.ts). In a modern IDE like VS Code you should get intellisense with
ctrl + space to list the available properties, since the JSX intrinsic elements are included in the typings of
react-babylonjs. Typings are erased when you build, so don’t worry about the size of those files.
react-babylonjs is generated directly from
@babylonjs typings, you can always rely on the official API documentation. There are only a few extra properties that allow us to create more declarative scenes for things like shadows, physics, etc…
This storybook sets
specular - without knowing what you are trying to accomplish I would suspect you want to set the
Hope that helps. Cheers.