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2013 is almost behind us.  What was the best Haxe library released this year?  You can add libraries and links in the comments, and +1 those that you like.
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well, finally LIME :)
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Bill Watterson's advice to a 1990 graduating class, illustrated in the style of Calvin and Hobbes.  This is so damn good. 

http://zenpencils.com/comic/128-bill-watterson-a-cartoonists-advice/
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I updated vaxe to work better with vim-airline and YouCompleteMe (YCM).  I really like them both, so they may be useful even if you don't use vaxe.
https://github.com/jdonaldson/vaxe


  Airline is a snazzy status line replacement (https://github.com/bling/vim-airline).  YouCompleteMe is a completion bundle (https://github.com/Valloric/YouCompleteMe) that supports fuzzy-matching.  The screenshot below shows me trying to find "int" related methods, and YCM finds them even if they don't begin with those characters.  Airline provides the nicely formatted contextual information at the bottom.
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There seems to be an arch package, so I'll test it tomorrow. I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks for answering and the great job with vaxe.
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Rymdkapsel (written in Haxe by Grapefrukt) writeup in theverge.
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Wappalyzer Chrome extension gives a nice drop down of all the technologies used on a website.

And, it has a github: https://github.com/ElbertF/Wappalyzer

h/t +Mansoor Mohammed 
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Wow. Now maybe Haxe will get flash and unity refugees http://m.cnet.com/news/google-begins-barring-browser-plug-ins-from-chrome/57604242
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I'm fine transitioning to haxe by staying with with the flash target initially. The Feathers link you provided is for an outdated version, I could use it for reference though :)

I was hoping there was a way to target flash with haxe while being able to mix .hx and .as files. It seems I'd have to create a swc of any .as code/libs I use when a change is made/updated or port the .as code to .hx with the help of the tools you linked to.

I've noticed there is work on stage3D support for other targets with openFL, I'm hoping a more experienced haxe developer would be interested in porting the recent release of starling 1.4 as well as feathers 1.2 once released, I may give it a try if I have the time.

Cheers
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I love this old presentation on "How to sell Haxe to Clients and Developers" http://ui.massive.com.au/talks/wwx/wwx_first_contact.pdf
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Making Music With a Möbius Strip, the surprising connection between topology and musical chords. http://shar.es/yiAqo
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Papers, Please is a Haxe game recently released through steam greenlight: http://store.steampowered.com/app/239030

It also has a nice writeup in ars technica:
http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2013/08/papers-please-review-paper-trail-of-tears/
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Had no idea this game was made with Haxe. Played the beta. Great game
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+Dreek wishing a very Happy Birthday to Geddy Lee from Rush, (July 29, 1953)
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I'm a recent Ph.D. and startup co-founder.  

I'm interested in machine learning, interactive visualization, web development, music, music technology, food, assorted technical hoo-hah, and world events that somehow tangentially involve me.  If you circle me, you'll most likely be getting one or more of those topics.



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    Informatics, 2003 - 2011
  • DePauw University
    Computer Science, 1997 - 2001
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