Lunchbox guidelines mention providing clear overrides whenever assumptions are made. The assumptions that the
<Lunchbox> wrapper makes leave us with this MiniDom hierarchy once it has mounted:
| Root | -- Renderer | -- Scene | -- Camera
From here, most apps will implicitly add objects (meshes, models, lights, etc) to the Scene:
<Lunchbox> <mesh> <boxGeometry /> <meshBasicMaterial /> </mesh> <pointLight /> <!-- etc... --> </Lunchbox>
| Root | -- Renderer | -- Camera | -- Scene | ----- Mesh | ------- BoxGeometry | ------- MeshBasicMaterial | ----- PointLight
This is enough for many Three.js apps, but in order to support more complex setups and be as futureproof as possible, Lunchbox makes it possible to override these default assumptions using named slots.
(More documentation on this feature coming soon! Reach out to Sander if more information is needed before then.)