With this support, users can program such Linux devices as if they were any regular Arduino compatible microcontroller. The best part of this feature is that users can run multiple Arduino programs simultaneously on a Linux device and programs can communicate with each other. Arduino also mentioned on its blog that this is just an initial release and in the future, it will bringing support to more such Linux devices running on the hardware of other architectures as well.

This is surely a hint that Arduino Create will soon be supporting even ARM processor-based development boards in the future.