Then as experts in your respective platforms, I need your help in building these guides!
Please reply with info on how you setup your platform, your OS, and any other steps that were needed to get a Haxe app for platform X compiling and running.
PS: Guides that are already created thanks to your help:
Suggest you use Python as example and then change to JS stuff.
No need to actually download a separate JS language interpreter/compiler as already part of various Browser(s) or on server platforms using Node.js
The more exciting part of JS is describing effective running and debug approaches.
Like recommending a Browser with useful debug features.
I use Firefox because Chrome is too heavy weight on my old laptop.
Sorry I can’t give better details but my JS experience is limited to what I could hack together for a somewhat messy Web Worker that is 95% of the 4GL application. And I am quite a JS/CSS/HTML newbie compared to most of you AND no experience with JS on a server
C++ is similar to C#
Both should describe a little about using Debug and Release builds.
Suggest you use C# as a starting point.
Need to download / install a C++ compiler
MS Visual Code and C++ compiler
MS Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition (with C++)
LLVM (or Clang)
(There was an open source C++ Interpreter that was used by CERN for a while)
Need to download / install hxcpp
Hope this helps!
Maybe these pages help
@RMax : On Windows, you can use a minimal c++ compiler distribution, which is a matter of just using haxelib, it can be installed with just
haxelib install minimingw.
Oh man, and I always install the 40GB MSVS - thanks for the tip!