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Welcome to HaxeFlixel! See here and here and take a look at the posts. This means that you can't reach the Haxe generated code from other scripts. Haxe is an open source and cross-platform language and toolkit.
While you get into one of those frameworks, keep the haxe documentation and api docs nearby for the nitty-gritty details of the language and its standard libary. Like I said at the beginning, I started out learning Haxe through game frameworks - HaxePunk, to be precise. Could be old and outdated, haven't investigated it thourough. This tutorial demonstrates how to write and compile a Hello World Haxe program. Community-driven! If you're starting out FlashDevelop is a nice editor with code completion and built-in debugger. Normally, when compiling Haxe to JavaScript, the resulting code is kept away from the global scope. In conclusion, I would say that, despite your choice, you'll have to dive into the deep end either way. Download 4.1.4 Released: 2020-09-11 Haxe can build cross-platform applications targeting JavaScript, C++, C#, Java, JVM, Python, Lua, PHP, Flash, and allows access to … Haxe is really great for game development, but is also just a really interesting language besides. I agree here.

For almost a year now, Haxe has constituted a third alternative in this ecosystem. So I started from scratch in native Haxe, learning what I could about the ins and outs of the language, before trying my hand at HaxePunk again.
One of the websites leading the 'charge' to demystify Haxe is HaxeCoder, which I suggest you check out if you're interested in starting off with a game framework. Learn in code: Learn Haxe 3 in 15 minutes. Oh and by the way: if you want to know what others have built with haxe, take a look at the haxe entries in the Ludum Dare competitions. Most of the references I find helpful are ones that I have to sift through a projects code to find. Unfortunately, I haven't participated in a while, but here are some of the solutions (in Haxe) I've submitted before: [6/27/2014] Challenge #168 [Easy] String Index, [6/30/2014] Challenge #169 [Easy] 90 Degree 2D Array Rotate, [7/2/2014] Challenge #169 [Intermediate] Home-row Spell Check, [7/4/2014] Challenge #169 [Hard] Convex Polygon Area, [7/7/2014] Challenge #170 [Easy] Blackjack Checker, [7/9/2014] Challenge #170 [Intermediate] Rummy Checker, [7/14/2014] Challenge #171 [Easy] Hex to 8x8 Bitmap, [7/16/2014] Challenge #171 [Intermediate] Zoom, Rotate, Invert Hex Picture. Haxe is an open source high-level strictly-typed programming language with a fast optimizing cross-compiler. Case in point is the last issue I was attempting to solve. Heaps is an open source and multi-platform toolkit to create 2D and 3D games. This is a tutorial series starting from the very beginning on explaining exactly what Haxe is, how you can get started and understanding everything it has to offer us. Very simple-to-learn framework with a nice api. Tutorials / February 27, 2017 August 3, 2020 / Haxe, Programming Language The following is the table of contents for the complete HaxeFlixel with Haxe tutorial series here on GameFromScratch. He presents the latest changes that were introduced in Haxe as well as Haxe Foundation plans for the future. Showcase of Haxe's compiler to target native platforms as well as languages or VM's, and why it's a safe bet for a future-proof codebase. The examples will show you what's possible to achieve with those different frameworks and you can even take a look at the code provided with all competition entries. Nicolas Cannasse shares with us his 10 things for the 10 years Haxe's anniversary in his talk “10 Years of Haxe / 10 Things I like”. Coffeescript and Typescript are perfectly integrated and have offered a real alternative to full JavaScript development. How you can leverage existing programming skills and even libraries from other languages like Javascript and can run across Flash, Javascript, C++, Android, iOS and many more. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a complete game in HaxeFlixel from start to finish, and then some. This tutorial is geared towards building for HTML5, Windows, and Android. The r/dailyprogrammer subreddit offers a great number of interesting challenges that will familiarise you with your language of choice fairly quickly.