Welcome to the latest edition of the Haxe Roundup. Haxe is a high level, strictly typed programming language and cross-compiler.
- Haxe Summit 2017 has been announced taking place in Amsterdam between September 13th and 16th at “de Roos”. Get your early bird tickets now!
- Papers Please is getting a short film adaptation!
- Another Haxe surprise, unification on an Array, a discussion from the mailing list.
- A business intelligence and maps platform are migrating away from AS3 & Flex to Haxe using HaxeUI and its OpenFL backend.
- Andy Li and Kevin Leung are hosting a workshop at this years Hong Kong Open Source Conference on how building a cross-platform game on June 9th-10th.
- Add an upcoming event about Haxe.
- Fishing Cactus Games are looking for several programmers to work on porting Flash games, you can find out more details in the full job posting.
- Add an available job involving Haxe.
- Have an example you want to add? Consider contributing to the
- New parameter info in the Haxe IntelliJIDEA plugin.
- Cheating with vertex colours web demo.
- Getting bullet physics working in Kha web demo, press
- Further Boss development.
- Allow context specific keywords for field & variable names.
- Add Type Matching.
- Add Macro method forwarding.
- Add Generator Expressions.
- Support Inline XML.
- Add Union Types.
- Add the Spread operator.
- Do you have an idea to improve Haxe? Consider creating a proposal.
26 commits have been made to Haxe compiler in the last week.
- Flatten generated Lua namespaces - pr.
- Ocaml plugins possibly coming to the new macro interpreter - commit.
You can get started using the latest features by downloading a nightly build of Haxe.
Take it easy everyone and have a good week!