Haxe NME vs the World !

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What is NME ? What’s in it for you? Is it easy or hard to use, to extend? Does it have a future?
Discover the many faces of this powerful Haxe framework for cross-platform and devices game development.

Philippe Elsass – Awesome coder

Philippe is a freelance flash/js/haxe coder, technical director and trainer. Before that Philippe has led small and large, local and international, Flash and HTML productions, during 8 very long years in big French web agencies. He was seen more recently doing mobile work, using Titanium and NME for instance.

Philippe is also the co-founder of FlashDevelop project – and in particular, when you say “FlashDevelop code completion rocks” you’re making him a personal compliment.

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Here are the other videos of the WWX  :
AWE6 by Rob Fell
First Contact : Selling Haxe to clients & developers by David Peek & Dominic De Lorenzo
HXCPP – Haxe girt by C++ by Hugh Sanderson
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

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