This talk covers the broad design strategy of the Haxe c++ back-end, and how this design effects the implementation. Some low-level details will also be discussed, which will imply some coding tips for optimized performance.
Dr Hugh Sanderson – Lead Software Engineer at Dynamic Digital Depth
By day, Hugh Sanderson is the Lead Software Engineer at Dynamic Digital Depth, where he writes software for all types of stereoscopic 3D devices; by night, he develops with Haxe and is the primary author of the C++ back-end. Hugh started using Haxe in 2007 while looking for a cross platform development tool and by the end of that year he was working on the neash library for flash-like functions on the neko platform. In 2008, craving ever-higher frame rates, he started to work on the C++ back-end, which saw its first official release in mid-2009. He has continued to evolve the C++ back-end, and it now runs on almost all computing platforms that have C++ compilers. Hugh is also a principal developer of several Haxe libraries including NME, which replaced neash, to provide cross platform graphics and utilities.
Here are the other videos of the WWX :
- AWE6 by Rob Fell
- NME vs the World by Philippe Elsass
- First Contact : Selling Haxe to clients and developers
- Haxe 3 and 4 – Plans for World Domination by Nicolas Cannasse
- Haxe/Java and Haxe/C#: Practical examples and implementation details by Cauê Waneck
- Cocktail v1.0 Sunrise, cross platform UIs with haXe by Alex Hoyau & Yannick Dominguez
- Vector Graphics in the browser with Haxe by Franco Ponticelli
- Multiplatform productivity tool with Haxe by Peter Halacsy
- Getting pragmatic developers started with Haxe by Robert Bak
- Haxe macros : meta-programming done right by Juraj Kirchheim
- Britzpetermann & Haxe by Nico Zimmermann