Asynchronous We are almost done with this tutorial. One last thing is that the haxe.Http.request call is synchronous. It means that during the time the URL is requested and the content downloaded, your application will stop responding. This can be useful sometimes, but in general you would prefer an
The bytecode can also be converted into a stand-alone executable by using nekotools. The command below will convert the bytecode Hello.n to Hello.exe, which can be executed/run directly, without the help of neko.exe. nekotools boot Hello.n
In haXe 2.0, this behavior becomes mandatory and each method in a subclass overriding a superclass method must be declared with override. The --override commandline switch is no longer useful and have then be removed.