Many Haxe developers are not really familiar with CommonJS and ES6 module system; consuming NPM modules becomes a source of confusion / frustration. The goal of this post is to provide enough technical understanding to consume most modules.
Here comes the Haxe language and it’s almighty type inference!
Enjoy smart Haxe completion in many popular editors
I have seen the light and I believe that Haxe awesome – why don’t you want to use it?
Alright, you probably heard about Haxe (some people are annoyingly fanatic), maybe even used it at some point in the past (it probably sucked).
But you don’t know Haxe – it has changed, you have changed, let’s talk.
Do you really know CreateJS?
Many people have heard about it, but I often find out that they don’t really know what CreateJS is, what it can do, and why it can really help developing expressive websites in HTML5 today.
Believe me, it’s a topic worth digging!
The Dart language was unveiled by Google less than 2 years ago as a new “language for the web”, and, like most people, I didn’t give a f… much attention as it was in its early stages and I couldn’t really put my finger on what it was trying to solve, and for whom.
After coding Dart during several weeks (on this cool project) I can pretend to be familiar enough with the language and tools to tell you a bit about it. You’ll be surprised, for Dart isn’t what you think it is.
Did I like it? Yes, I genuinely enjoyed working with Dart.
Should you learn it? Give it a look – you might like it, and learning new languages make you a better coder anyway.
Since I had a new occasion to do a mobile app I thought I was time to get up to date by giving Titanium 1.8 another run.
This was a “mixed” experience, but my conclusion is quite positive!
Updated 27/02/12 (see end of the article)
Warning: MacOS stuff ahead 😉