I just finished my first project using Robotlegs and I can say I really like it. Way less code to write. The only thing that bothers me is that you have to create new Events when you want to pass around complex data but I think AS3Signals might fix that so I will look into that later on.
Since I have all my templates for PureMVC done in FlashDevelop, I thought I would do the same for Robotlegs. So I have built a template for a Command, a Context, a Mediator, an Actor and I also put in a ResizeModel (I know some people do this in a mediator but if you want to change this go ahead). Now, I don’t think these will be perfect, but it is a good starting point.
I am also working on a AS3 Project – Robotlegs template, but I want to try it out before I give it out. When I am pleased with it, I’ll post it along with an update of the other templates.
Here is the files with the templates:
To add them in FlashDevelop, in the Tools menu click in Application Files. This will open the folder where the applications files for FlashDevelop are. In there open the Templates folder, then the ProjectFiles folder, then the AS3Project folder. Now copy the Robotlegs folder you downloaded there. To use them, in the project view in FlashDevelop, right click on a folder, click “Add” and then Robotlegs. At that point you will see the five templates you just added.