In this chapter, we've been talking about the haXe's standard templating system. As we've seen, it's not difficult to use and allows one to do quite a lot of interesting things such as easily generating an HTML page or generating other kind of text-files such as XML files (and even any kind of interface that uses XML as a describing language).
Specifically, we covered how to instantiate templates and give a context to them. We've also learnt how to do testing and branching in templates and calling code from them.
This chapter, although quite simple, exposes important information that you will certainly use many times while developing applications.
Also, remember that you cannot access an object's property using a template. This is a very ...