If you are looking for an IDE to write Haxe code, the following options are available :
There are a great number of IDEs and editors that support Haxe:
- FlashDevelop 4 is the state of the art IDE for Haxe on Windows, offering code completion, a Flash debugger, and project templates for all targets, including NME. Read more here
- FDT 5 includes support for Haxe, and it runs on PC, Mac and Linux. It is a commercial product, with a free edition, based on Eclipse with many enterprise features.
- Textmate is used by a lot of Mac users. Textmate supports a lot of features for coding in Haxe. Read more about it here. Windows users can use E-TextEditor using the same bundle.
- Sublime Text 2 is the rising star of the code editors. Similar to TextMate but crossplatform, it is highly extensible and already has a great ecosystem of plugins, including one for haxe.
- Eclihx plug-in extends Eclipse with Haxe development support. Latest release contains autocompletion, templates, quick navigation to compile errors, configurable builds and other features. Project is open-source and cross-platform.
- But that's just the start. From textmode editors like Emacs or Vim to impressive IDEs like Eclipse here is a list of editors and how the support Haxe.