Robert P. J. Day
colleague wants to get into working with SDKs, and as i'm just
diving into the intricacies of that myself, i'm not sure how to
answser the question: "is there any reason to use the regular SDK as
opposed to the extensible SDK?"
superficially, it would seem that the eSDK has nothing but benefits,
so other than perhaps needing more resources, is there any reason to
use the regular SDK and forego the benefits of eSDK?