Sys Tools by Cauê Waneck, which is a fork of the Haxe 2 repository, provides a crossplatform way to access low level systems APIS. Cauê's fork provides
ndll bindings compatible with Haxe 3+ and Neko 2+.
As TiVo's “Summer Update” rolls out, more and more people and sites are picking up on the fact that TiVo now uses Haxe. Slash Gear have written TiVo on Xbox One and Fire TV possible after Adobe ousted.
The OpenFL team have published OpenFL Summer Development Update in which they hint at some major changes coming to OpenFL, Lime and the introduction of Aether. These changes seem to be happening because of the recent work on supporting consoles. I'm being vague for a reason, go read the article. These are really interesting changes.
HxMath, created by tbrosman, is a “game oriented math library using abstracts instead of classes”. Being Abstracts and using operator overloading means HxMath can provide auto casting between types and using Haxe's structural subtyping which provides compatibility with existing libraries out of the box. HxMath also has decent test coverage, with the 2D portion classed as stable.
Michel Käser has started creating C++ and Neko language bindings for the PolarSSL which “makes it trivially easy for developers to include cryptographic and SSL/TLS capabilities in their embedded products”. Michel mentions that he might not create a complete implementation of PolarSSL, even with the context switching, the hashing methods are much faster than what is available in the standard library.