I’ve recorded a new video series that goes over how to do Model View Controller development for medium to Enterprise mobile applications in Corona SDK via Robotlegs. It’s a popular framework from the Flash/Flex world that I’ve spent the last 2 years on and off porting from ActionScript 3 to Lua. It’s mature enough now that I can start actually recommending its usage, primarily to garner feedback for guiding it’s future implementation.
Below, I describe my experiences with Ext JS after the Sencha Fast Track training, my challenges with doing browser based work in a consulting context, and my thoughts on why it matters to Flex Developers.
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Why Robotlegs for Games?
The following covers why you would utilize the Robotlegs MVC architecture in a lightweight, Lua game for Corona. I’ll discuss the refactoring reasoning, the common problems you run across in game architecture, and their solutions with their pro’s and con’s discussed. Finally, I conclude on how Robotlegs helps solve these common issues, specifically in a Lua & Corona context.
I’ve started the port of Robotlegs to Lua to work in Corona if you’re interested in learning more.