Java newbie advice for using Zeemote JD1 SDK with MicroBasic based Motor Controller
I am a newbie to Java, and would love any help you could give on ways to work with the Zeemote JD1 controller Software Development Kit that has custom Java programming that I want to use to link up with a RoboteQ MDC2250 Dual Channel 2 x 60A, 7V-50V DC Motor Controller.
I am trying to figure out what programs I need to start editing Java and MicroBasic, and if it would be compatible to the MicroBasic programming language.
The MDC2250 comes with a 32-bit microcomputer that runs MicroBasic programs, and so I am hoping that I can create a MicroBasic program (or find someone who could help me do that) that uses the SDK kit that Zeemote provided to connect the Bluetooth JD1 remote. This would hopefully allow me to just connect a USB Bluetooth dongle receiver, and use the JD1 remote as a motor controller.
This needs to be a small wireless one-handed controller, because this is a test propulsion project for a hoverboard project that I am working on.
Any advice and links to tutorials/books would be very much appreciated.
I would love to be able to use the Zeemote JD1 as they are very nice looking controllers. :)
Re: Java newbie advice for using Zeemote JD1 SDK with MicroBasic based Motor Controll
Also, if MicroBasic is not directly compatible with Java, than I thought that I might have to get another microcontroller that runs Java that could hook up to a Bluetooth receiver and send signals to the MDC2250. One option would be the Intellibrain2 Robotics controller from RidgeSoft IntelliBrain 2 Robotics Controller or the Genesi EFIKA MX Open Client Micro Computer.
I would still need help with the Java program itself, but this at least would give me an option if the two languages are not compatible.