Join For Free Haxe is a most unusual language. However, before jumping into it, I want to give you some setup. We had a problem. There are also Linux-powered gateways, a ton of code on the Cloud side, plus Web browser applications. Arduino and ESP32, etc.
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And the list of IDEs. I am intrigued by the Xcode plugin for HaXe. That looks super sweet! Basically using interface builder and linked together with HaXe source code?
You should wrap Cocoa calls so that they are "reachable" from the code generated by haXe. The current version of haXe as you probably know already enables to develop iPhone apps; of course it is still very experimental.
As far as stability goes, my main current gripe is aspects of the current Flash players, Haxe really is as stable or more stable than AS3 when developing Flash. Flash evolution has been a constant process of creating libraries that become useless as Flash changes could it be they need to sell software every year!?
I have a passion for the Flash IDE and its power but would never use it for code and most of my Flash work is largely code, so I am not some Linux hardcore, Haxe does not stop you using Flash IDE, but if you want to use swfmill or sam you can.
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