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> *Originally posted by **[JohnnyBohnny](/forums/4/topics/324523?page=1#posts-6837233):***
> So it is just a new language, and the audience needs to grow? I tried it today, and the only disadvantage I found, was that once you’ve installed Haxe, you still need to install an IDE, C++ libraries, Java libraries, etc. It’s just a lot more difficult to get started with it compared to AS3. Not having any tutorials/books/good ‘getting started’ documentation does not help ether.
I think there are several “getting started” guides for Haxe (I found several after a quick google). Setting things up can indeed be a bit tricky, but personally I wouldn’t want to have an IDE pushed on me when I install a compiler, but that’s just me.
I believe that there are several cross-platform 3d engines in the work for Haxe, but I have never used one myself, so I cannot vouch for how good they are.