Lets start off with probably the biggest news, Greg Caldwell has released Away3D
1.0.0-alpha, available now from haxelib, which is a complete port to OpenFL working across all platforms. This release includes model loading of 3DS, AWD, MD5, MD2 DAE formats, skeleton and skinned animation and plenty more.
Greg has written OpenFL port of Away3D 1.0.0-alphia Released where he provides information on installing and some current problem areas for afew platforms. He also has the following video showing the demos, which are also available as HTML5 and Flash, running on the Nexus 7 and the iPad 3.
Tomek has continued working on Weblog, the remote debugger for Haxe, mainly working on the aesthetics.
Boyan Ololoevich has taken some time away from HIDE this week and has released Haxe autocompletion plugins for the Atom editor, Haxe AutoComplete and Haxe AutoComplete Plus. The plus version is asynchronous giving you completion as you type.
Boyan has also added Haxe support to sloc, a npm module which simply counts lines of source code.
David Elahee has recently added auto batching for sprites and shader pool support to h3d, a lightweight 3D engine for Haxe used by Motion-Twins and Shiro Games.
Chimango Games have recently released Pewma to the Google Play Store and coming soon to iOS, created with Haxe, OpenFL and HaxeFlixel.
Sergio Barrio has written A Love Letter to HaxeFlixel, I think the article title says it all.
Ben Morris has published GRADQUEST and Gorilla Defense Windows, Mac and Linux builds, using Haxe, now available from Itch.io.
Ohmnivore has released FlxShell which is an abstracted Linux environment for HaxeFlixel, using HxCLAP which is his command line parser. Most of FlxShell's commands support redirection operators allowing for powerful combinations. FlxShell originally came about to be used in a game allowing players to interact with consoles and shells. Take a look at the demo and try some of the example commands. Very clever.
Nico has released IceEntity
1.0.0 featuring IDE compliant Haxe scripting, live reloading function and variables and also entity xml instancing.
Thomas Bauldon has created his first OpenFL native extension, OpenFLWebView, which as you might have guessed, allows you to display a web page in your OpenFL app. Its currently Android only, but iOS support is planned.
For HaxePunk, Aaron Shea has created a particle emitter editor with plans for it to support exporting ready to use code snippets.
George McBay has written how to use Haxe on Chumby to create a simple widget. George also intends to produce future tutorials covering Haxe.
Allan Dowdeswell shows his addiction to everything Haxe with a Haxe license plate.
Justin has shared how he now updates the various xml build files via a command line program compiled to Neko. You can find the source available on GitHub.
Recent changes coming to a future version of Haxe are, firstly,
@:genericBuild now allows an arbitrary amount of type parameters by using
Rest. Dan Korostelev has created a sample Signal class builder and a simple Tuple builder as examples of whats possible. Secondly, Nicolas Cannasse has started working on Unicode support for the Neko compile target.
And to finish, Oleg has created LuaXe, a Lua compile target, using a custom generator instead of a dedicated ocaml backend and also has another project called llvmaxe-haxe-llvm which says its a “Haxe LLVM code gen backend”.