Does Haxe offer something to NodeJS?

I’m considering to give a talk about Haxe in a local(Israel) NodeJS community.
Does Haxe bring something fresh/exciting to this platform?
Do you have ideas about things in Haxe lang/eco-system that will interest NodeJS developers?

As far as I know, the benefits are the same as for other platforms :

  • the langugage itself : typing, macros …etc ( compared to JS or Typescript )
  • the ability to use crossplatform haxe libraries
  • in a web context : the ability to work fullstack with haxe without being bound to the JS world.
    ( i.e you can code a native mobile app in android or IOS with a node backend , with only haxe code )
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