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Every time I read an article about Haxe (and now, OpenFL), I get the itch to start working on a mobile game--just as a hobby project.

That said, does anyone know how well-suited these frameworks are for regular application development (or whether there exists alternatives)? I've been thinking about wipping up a mobile app, and while I could write the Android code, my knowledge of Objective-C is so limited at the moment that I'd like to avoid duplicating the same logic in another environment/language...




There are two UI libraries for openfl, HaxeUI and Stablex:

http://haxeui.org/

https://github.com/RealyUniqueName/StablexUI

btw: There is Objective C target in haxe, so you can develop native apps for iOS in Haxe.




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