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Examples of "haxe"
Haxe is an open source programming language. Multiple development environments have support for Haxe.
Haxe has much in common with ActionScript 3. The Haxe compiler is developed in the OCaml language. No knowledge of OCaml is needed to develop applications using Haxe.
To help build applications in various platforms, or convert Haxe code into other languages, the Haxe compiler can compile Haxe to:
The following table documents platform and language support in Haxe. Most Haxe programs will function without changes in any given language, although Haxe programs that use a platform-specific API will function only on the given platform.
Haxe also supports generalized algebraic data types (GADTs).
Code written in the Haxe language can be source-to-source compiled into ActionScript 3, JavaScript, Java, C++, C#, PHP, Python, Lua and Node.js. Haxe can also emit "small web format" SWF and Neko bytecode.
Major users of Haxe include BBC, Coca-Cola, Disney, Hasbro, Mattel, Nickelodeon, Prezi, TiVo, Toyota, and Zynga. OpenFL and Flambe are popular Haxe frameworks that enable creating multi-platform content from one codebase.
Haxe was developed by Nicolas Cannasse and other contributors, and was originally named "haXe" because it was short, simple, and "has an X inside", which the author asserts humorously is needed to make any new technology a success.
Since Haxe had its origins in ActionScript 3, all of the extant Flash API can be used, although Haxe requires better-formed code and programming standards than Adobe compilers (for example, regarding scoping and data typing).
Development of Haxe began in October 2005. The first beta version was released in February 2006. Haxe 1.0 was released in April 2006, with support for Adobe Flash, JavaScript, and Neko programs.
The recommended IDE for Haxe development is FlashDevelop, which supports ActionScript 2, 3 and Haxe as first-class languages with syntax highlighting, code completion, and other features. Code folding, code refactoring and interactive debugging is also supported within the IDE.
Go to this page: Comparison of IDE choices for Haxe programmers
MTASC will not support ActionScript 3.0, which is supported by its successor, Haxe.
In Haxe, anonymous functions are called lambda, and use the syntax codice_39 .
The run-time performance of Haxe programs varies depending on the target platform:
Interfaces in Haxe are very similar to those in, for example, Java.
Examples of transcompiled languages include Closure Compiler, Coccinelle, CoffeeScript, Dart, Haxe, Nim, TypeScript and Emscripten.
Examples of parametric enum types are the Haxe standard library types Option and Either:
Haxe includes a set of common functions that are supported across all platforms, such as numeric data types, text, arrays, binary and some common file formats. Haxe also includes platform-specific application programming interface (API) for Adobe Flash, C++, PHP and other languages.
In Haxe, supported platforms are known as "targets", which are Haxe modules that provide access to core-APIs (language and bytecode targets), for the compiler-backends that are responsible for generating the respective code, and for runtimes with specific APIs that go beyond the core language support (platform-targets).