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10 Year Anniversary!

Wow, 10 years. We have seen a lot in the last decade. Rise of mobile, fall of flash and the rise of html5. And Hxcpp and Nme still manage to survive and adapt. Nme just had a new release, 6.0.58. … Continue reading

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WWX 2016 Slides

I have released my WWX 2016 Hxcpp Slides. You can find the source code on github.

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CFFI Prime For CFFI Users

CFFI (‘C Foreign Function Interface’) is a way of linking native code into a non-native VM, in this case Hxcpp. From the very beginning, Hxcpp supported a CFFI that was very similar to the neko CFFI. This was no accident, … Continue reading

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How I Improved Hxcpp Speed 6x

Let me start by qualifying the title with the obligatory phrase in some situations. TL;DR – it was probably too slow to start with. The performance story starts, like all good performance stories do, with a benchmark. I was looking … Continue reading

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Cross compile from Mac to Linux with hxcpp

It is possible to use the hxcpp build tool to compile linux 32/64 binaries from a Mac Box. “Why would you want to do this?” I hear you ask. Well, I use this so I can run all my builds … Continue reading

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NME Still Rocks

NME is over 8 years old now, and stronger than ever. As seen at the wwx2015, there are now many great frameworks you can use with haxe. I would like to outline what I believe are the core values of … Continue reading

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wwx2015

Hxcpp – state of the union enum. Here are the slides from my wwx2015 talk. You can compile them yourself with: haxelib install nme haxelib install gm2d haxelib install acadnme haxelib run nme demo gm2d:11 cppia On linux, you may … Continue reading

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Wwx2014 Talk – Hxcpp magic

Just got back from the haxe conference, wwx2014, after having a great time. Plenty of fantastic people to talk to. The talk consists of some slides, with a demo at the end. To run the demo, you need to run … Continue reading

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NME TLC

The latest version of NME adds a new feature to the tool, “Three Letter Compiler” (TLC). This feature is designed to get you going quickly on a new or existing project. First, make sure you have the latest NME installed. … Continue reading

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NME 5.0 (re)Released!

It has been a little while coming, but I have released a new version of NME, v5.0, available on haxelib today (“haxelib install nme”). If you wish to do some development rebuilding the nme binaries, you can also download the … Continue reading

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