Hi Jeremy, thanks for the reply!
If you are building a small app, only for Android (meaning no other platforms), I would not bother using Haxe and would simply follow the standard Android path (Android Studio, Java etc…) because everything is already configured properly, you could use standard Android UI XML stuff if you want to (which would not be easy to access from Haxe code) etc…
I don’t mind using Java/XML for the UI part if that’s easier. I’d prefer to keep the Java code to a minimum though and use Haxe for the rest since I don’t really enjoy programming in Java. Thanks for the suggestion, I’ll try it out.
As a related question, does anyone know if there are any Android apps that were at least partially written in Haxe out there? I know there are plenty that use OpenFL, but what I’m looking for are examples of Android apps that didn’t use any Haxe-specific framework, but just Haxe targetting Java directly.