Posts tagged Announcements

Announcements from the Haxe Foundation: new releases, new events, all the important news.

Haxe Shop Announcement

You can now show your true colors by wearing Haxe t-shirts in our brand new shop.

Article by Josefiene Pertosa on 2018-02-26.


The Haxe Foundation is Recruiting!

We are looking for people who are passionate about programming languages.

Article by Nicolas Cannasse on 2018-01-31.


Announcing the First US Haxe Summit

We are happy to announce the inaugural US Haxe Summit which will take place in Seattle, May 3-5 2018. Come join us there!

Article by Josefiene Pertosa on 2017-12-12.


Haxe 3.4 is out - With lots of new Features

We made a big leap in this release and now we’d love to share some of the new features with you!

Article by Mark Knol on 2017-02-06.


Haxe Online Training Courses are Coming!

The Haxe Foundation is preparing massive open online courses.

Article by Andy Li on 2016-09-06.


Haxe Evolution Process

The new proposal process for changes to the Haxe programming language, compiler, standard library and sister projects

Article by Dan Korostelev on 2016-08-21.


Dox 1.1 released, our documentation tool

Our official documentation tool dox has been updated and released on haxelib. The release contains theme related updates and easier customization.

Article by Mark Knol on 2016-08-12.


The Haxe Code Cookbook

A new website with easy to read Haxe coding examples.

Article by Mark Knol on 2016-04-03.


Meet HaxeDevelop

The FlashDevelop Team and the Haxe Foundation have joined forces to release a Haxe-specific version of FlashDevelop: HaxeDevelop.

Article by Josefiene Pertosa on 2016-03-03.


Some words about the Haxe Foundation

Nicolas Cannasse reflects on the first 3 years of the Haxe Foundation, and what the next steps are. TLDR: We're hiring a CEO!

Article by Nicolas Cannasse on 2015-11-26.


TiVo: Using Haxe to improve user experience for millions of customers

During the last three years, the development team at TiVo have had an impressive journey - from first evaluating Haxe, to having a million lines of Haxe code running on millions of devices. The experience has not only benefited the development team - but the customers - who are rilled with the performance increases.

Article by Josefiene Pertosa on 2015-05-27.