Andy Li has taken the lead in getting Haxe officially supported on Travis CI with help from Cauê Waneck and Simon Krajewski. Testing your Haxe project has been greatly simplified, checked out the guide to using Haxe on Travis CI. Remember, if you want full cross-platform testing consider travis-hx which provides helpers to test you project on Travis CI, Appveyor and SauceLabs.
Tikids applications allow your children to develop their competences and abilities the way they want. One application for one ability. Tikids gets inspiration with the free Montessori workshops.
The OpenFL team have announced the release of OpenFL Hybrid.
The biggest new feature is OpenFL "hybrid" mode. As you may already know, OpenFL 3 supports two different build modes, the default is a unified OpenFL, that is consistent across all target platforms, for Flash, for HTML5, for desktop, mobile or console native targets. The second build mode is called "legacy", which only works for native desktop or mobile. This is the older OpenFL renderer and platform backend, familiar to OpenFL 1 and OpenFL 2 behaviors.
Sven Bergström continues his
hack and slash refinement of the snõw API which he talks about in the latest snõwkit dev log issue 4. As usual its a great read following the changes and decisions going on inside an in flux library.
It was made in HaxeFlixel but I wanted more control over my code and be able to easily create lots of enemies with different abilities. After few hours of googling I stopped by a thing called "Component Entity System" and finally found luxe engine (and so far I love it!)
The embedded GIFs look amazing.
Here is game trailer from Hong-Chin for Endless Fight made with HaxeFlixel.
Player03 talks about automatic layout in his article Not-so-simple SWF Layout that you can use in your OpenFL projects.
And to finish this roundup off, Slava Tretyak has renamed
LinkedMap, now available for every Haxe target. If you're not familiar with
FastIteratingStringMap then checkout Slava's blog where he has benchmarked his class against the standard library