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  • Ć Programming Language which can be translated automatically to C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, Swift, TypeScript and OpenCL C. Instead of writing code in all these languages, you can write it once in C
    So basically, something similar to Haxe?
  • Ć Programming Language
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-08
  • My mod RPG Overhaul is on hold! Please read this until the end
    So I decided to put it in my "things to do" list and start more simple on modding, like a simple full week mod or something. I started to learn C#) as I wanna develop games with Unity, and learning C# would also get more familiar with OOP and High-Level Programming Languages so then I can go back to Haxe (the language HaxeFlixel is built to work with) and understand it better.
  • PHP is still by far the most used server-side language with 78.9% market share
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-13
    > Probably needs some new languages with slightly different syntax

    I used to toy around with Haxe: https://haxe.org/

    The idea in principle is great (use Haxe the language on your machine, then Haxe the compiler to produce PHP code and upload it to a cheap hosting somewhere), but I've never found a real use for it.

  • Minimal APIs at a glance in .NET 6
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-13
  • Is there a language that converts to C++ that allows you to make your life easier with the syntax?
    Then there is Haxe that is a higher level language that directly transpiles to C++. But I wouldn't really say the syntax is simpler than for C++
  • What is a easy game programming language to start with?
    reddit.com/r/gamedev | 2021-09-11
    I think Haxe is pretty easy for beginners -- https://haxe.org/
  • Should I write my compiler in Haxe??
    But the problem is that I have only used high level programming languages like Python, Java etc. So I didn't wanted to learn a new language. Then I stumbled across Haxe. It basically transpiles Haxe code to JavaScript, C++, C#, Java, JVM, Python, Lua, PHP, Flash, and allows access to each platform's native capabilities.
  • Are there any frameworks that abstract away the plumbing of front-end/back-end communication?
    reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-08-22
    Haxe is not entirely what you're asking for, but it does bridge some of the concepts: https://haxe.org
  • Where do i start to develop a game
    reddit.com/r/gamedev | 2021-08-10
    Haxe. Technically it's not a framework but a language and ecosystem, it is considered the successor of Flash and ActionScript. It's a nice strongly typed language similar to Typescript, and while I always thought it was like a niche game development resource, quite popular indie games have been written in Haxe: Papers Please, Dead Cells, Evoland and others. It's worth checking out HaxeFlixel, a 2D game engine/framework written in Haxe with a lot of stuff to start developing a game quickly.
  • Haxe: lenguaje multiplataforma para creación de aplicaciones multiplatforma
    reddit.com/r/fazt | 2021-08-07
  • Are Dynamic Languages Going to Replace Static Languages? (2003)
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-08-04
    > I am not opposed to adding strong type checking to JavaScript, but Typescript ain't it.

    If you are curious about this, you might be interested in checking out Haxe [0]. It has static typing, type inference, pattern matching [1] (maybe not on par with ML languages, but still good), and can transpile to multiple targets [2] including JS.

    [0]: https://haxe.org

  • Sneak peak of a hardcore Among Us like game I'm developing using an engine I created specifically for it with C#.
    reddit.com/r/csharp | 2021-07-14
    Its pretty good! If gives you some basics like physics and collisions so you don't need to hardcode them yourself :). Other than that you pretty much do the coding yourself, like gravity - You can easily make it with acceleration but it's not set to work with everything, so you'll have to create an array with physics objects that are supposed to have gravity. I can't explain it all in one comment, but you can check out some repositories. It's also open-source. And so is the Haxe language!
  • Haxeflixel V.S OpenFL
    reddit.com/r/gamedev | 2021-06-08
  • What game engine should I use for my 2D browser game?
    reddit.com/r/gamedev | 2021-05-30
    Haxe https://haxe.org/


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