I'm hoping you can clarify/verify a few questions I have regarding the EZ IDE vs SDK implementation. Since the EZ IDE only functions off a pc, I would expect the controller will only interact with the project while the IDE is running. I realize the project and all attached scripts are not uploaded to the controller as that's the case with most micro-controller boards. So to get to my main question, if I wanted to construct a fully autonomous robot with an embedded ITX board (to experiment with a very rudimentary AI), I would probably go the route of the SDK. Ie A completely hands off approach where everything was good to go once the robot powered up. Tie it into SQL, etc.
Does the EZ-B sdk raise any events beyond what is noted in the online SDK or would a continuous loop be required to monitor the state of the servos/pins by polling through the appropriate methods. I suppose even a single event indicating that something has changed on the controller would be sufficient as the read/write methods incorporated in the sdk appear to cover everything.
If there's a tutorial to cover this type of scenario, please let know as I may have missed it. As always, appreciate your time.