Haxe Roundup № 353

by Skial Bainn published on

Welcome to the latest edition of the Haxe Roundup. Haxe is a high level, strictly typed programming language and cross-compiler.

News from the Community

News and Articles

This week we have had Silex Labs announce the dates for this years WWX2016 conference, taking place at the beautiful Mozilla Paris building on 27th May through to the 30th May. They have also decided to work on WWX2016 through GitHub making the event even more Libre!

Slava Tretyak has written a useful article that should help you create an OpenFL extension in 10 steps.

It might be a little late, but it’s great to see what people have made in the snõwkit LD 34 recap published by Sven Bergström.

Sven also posted this years first dev log, snõwkit dev log 10 (threes, westport), quickly covering the THREES web port using luxe engine and The Westport Independent release, the first commercially released luxe engine game. Being a dev log, it also covers the latest decisions affecting the snõwkit collective.

Ian Harrigan has posted Cooking with fire! in which he previews the native backend for HaxeUI v2 working on Windows, Linux and OSX. As the most popular? framework to offer cross-platform & cross-framework UI, native or not, consider supporting Ian by becoming a Patron.

NanoFL, the vector and animation editor, version 3.0.3 has been released created by Yaroslav Sivakov.

If you follow Matthijs Kamstra on Twitter, you will have seen previews of Playrr, an open source audio playrr, has been released in beta. Matthijs wrote a quick post on what libraries he used and what problems he sorted out.


  • WWX2016 Haxe Conference at Mozilla Paris between 27th-30th May.
  • Add an upcoming event which will be about Haxe.


Looking for work

  • Dan Korostelev has posted over on the mailing list that he is looking for new job and experience and is willing to move abroad.

Game Releases

Previews, Demos & Snippets

Tilman Schmidt has been sharing progress of his GGJ16 game made using luxe engine. I particularly like the colour animated tree.

Some library releases

Updates from the Haxe core

16 commits have been made to Haxe in the last week, with 50 issues closed across the Haxe ecosystem.

You can start using the latest features by grabbing a nightly build of Haxe.

Have a good week everyone!