Arduino sketches can now be deployed on a wider range of hardware

March 14, 2018 // By Ally Winning
Arduino has expanded the architectures supported by the Arduino Create platform to include a number of Linux boards such as AAEON UP², Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone.

The new release allows Arduino Create users to manage and program those boards as if they were Arduino boards. Now, multiple Arduino sketches can run at the same time on a Linux board and interact with each other through the new Arduino Connector. Devices can also now be controlled and updated remotely.

Arduino has also simplified the set-up for users of Raspberry Pis, BeagleBones and Intel SBCs by allowing new devices to be set up remotely using the Cloud through a web-based wizard.

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