Native Extensions provide interfaces for your Haxe code in order to interact with system APIs that OpenFL does not provide. This is similar to the Native Extensions created with Adobe Air and much like Extensions made with Adobe Air. Those Native Extensions are often created and shared by independent developers.
If you want to create your own Native Extensions, you can find some tutorials to help get you started at Laurent Bédubourg's blog:
Here is a listing of more links to known extensions. If you know other useful ones, please add them to this page.
- Flurry (http://www.flurry.com/)
- Localytics (http://www.localytics.com/)
- InternalStorage wrapper (http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/data/data-storage.html#filesInternal)
- Google Play In-App Billing version 3 (http://developer.android.com/google/play/billing/api.html)
HyperTouch native gestures on your Android & iOS devices
HypFacebook : Facebook native extension for Haxe NME.
A native extension to add Pusher to your NME application.