Silex Labs originally posted the article WWX 2014 Speech: Nicolas Cannasse One Year of Haxe which links to the YouTube videos, Nicolas's slides and a brief synopsis of the talk. Below are the videos and my own overview of the talk.
He continues by explaining the future plans for Haxe
3.2. This includes completing the
The next feature planned is full Unicode support by providing a
haxe.Utf16 abstract classes which can automatically convert between each other, full cross-platform conformity and the best performance available on the underlying platform.
A few other features are also planned, to improve macro support, additional improvements to the
Date class by adding UTC support, moving SPOD to the
haxe.db package and continuing to improve the Python target.
Nicolas continues by describing who makes up the Haxe Foundation and what they do. The Haxe Foundation have sponsored a handful of projects, from HIDE, WWX, UFront and the new Haxe website created by Jason O'Neil who's also leading the development of UFront.
The new site uses UFront, but without a database, instead relying on GitHub for all its content. Clicking any
contribute link at the bottom of a page will take you to the relevant GitHub page. This is to encourage community contribution and make it easy to review changes and additions to the site.