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  • Jan 23, 2018 Other /

     static-extension

    Haxe allows you to add static methods to existing classes (eg. Math) via the static extensions feature. The secret sauce is to specify the first parameter of the extension as Class<X> where X is the class you want to add static methods to (eg. Math), and to make the method public.

  • Jan 23, 2018 Other /

    This article shows how to use base64 in Haxe and how to use a custom charset.

  • Jul 17, 2018 Other /

     haxelib github travis libraries git

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

  • Nov 26, 2018 Other /

     filesystem

    The haxe.zip package allows to zip and unzip files and directories using Haxe. This example shows how to use it.

  • Jan 23, 2018 Other /

     arguments

    While there is no named parameter support in Haxe, anonymous structures can be used to obtain the same effect.

  • Jan 23, 2018 Other /

     enum abstract-type pattern-matching type-parameter type-parameter-constraint

    Sometimes you find yourself in the need of passing different types to the same parameter of a function. While there isn't a built-in way of doing this in Haxe, thanks to its flexible type system, we can solve this problem. We will explore two ways to achieve this.

  • Jan 23, 2018 Other /

     javascript canvas binary

    This entry came to be after Haxe user anniz shared his experiment which aimed to recreate VGA text rendering in Flash. Soon after, it was proposed and discussed as a potential Code Cookbook entry. You can read more about its history in this repository issue.

  • Jan 23, 2018 Other /

     cppia

    This article is about cppia, a scriptable cpp subtarget for Haxe. A cppia script is a instructions assembly script that can be run inside a cppia host and gives you Neko JIT runtime speed at near-zero compilation time. It also lets add performance critical code to the host, wich gives you full cpp runtime speed for those parts.