Robinson's side were not at their best and were somewhat fortunate to draw, but the 32-year-old believes that he saw plenty to build on for his side.
"We walk away from here with a point, something to build on," Sky Sports News quotes Robinson as saying.
"We kept a clean sheet against a side who had scored 10 goals here in their last three pre-season home games so to keep them down to nothing was a tall order.
"I thought we were the best team first half and we finished better but they had a spell at the start of the second half when they really tested us. Over the course of play, it was 60-40 to us so maybe it was a fair result."
David Martin made a string of fine saves to keep the Dons in the game in the second half.