Haxe Code Cookbook

Community driven Haxe code snippets, examples and tutorials.

Learn with Haxe

There are many ways to learn Haxe. On this website you'll find a lot of resources you need to become a Haxe developer.

So why not start learning and join the community today? If you haven’t learned Haxe yet, the time is now.

Latest articles

Jul 17, 2018 Other / Publish to Haxelib using Travis and Github Releases

This tutorial will help you publish your library automatically to lib.haxe.org when you create a release on GitHub.‥

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Apr 14, 2018 Data structures / A fixed ring array

A fixed ring array are especially useful when you need a hard upper bound for how much data can be in the queue.‥

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Feb 12, 2018 Functional Programming / ML-Style Parse Tree Evaluation

ML-like languages are great for creating interpreters or compilers, by virtue of Algebraic Data Types. Haxe's enum allow for writing similarly elegant code.‥

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Jan 23, 2018 Beginner / Invoke object method by string

To invoke method by it's name you will need to use Reflection API.‥

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The cross-platform development toolkit

Haxe is a modern high-level strictly-typed programming language with a fast optimizing cross-compiler.

Download Haxe 3.4.7
Released: 2018-02-22

Learning by example

The Haxe Foundation facilitates the following code cookbook for the Haxe commmunity. Enjoy learning Haxe; It is great!

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Haxe Manual

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