There used to be a website that got you started with Haxe and js (it was really old, when Haxe was spelled “haXe”).
But that website is no more. I already started with HaxeNode and it seems fitting to also document HaxeJS. So I decided to get some of that back. Based upon the information from the old site and my own need to document this.
How will this help me?
I wanted to make contributing to this documentation as easy as possible.
That’s why I use Markdown; developers use it, but is really just plain English so everybody can write documentation!
And this documentation hosted on Github, developers favorite place to store code.
Even if you are not a developer and/or don’t want to clone everything, you still can modify the files on the website (you need account to login in and change the
Go visit http://matthijskamstra.github.io/haxejs/, and let me know what you think of it