Studio Pro only works on Windows. However, I run it on my Mac using Parallels. If you use the Coherence mode in Parallels it behaves almost as if it’s a native Mac app.
Mendix Studio Pro only run on Windows. If you would like to run Mendix on a Mac, you will need something like Parallels.
I am working with my Macbook based on Parallels Desktop (including Windows 10) for one week now.
With the usage of the Mac “coherence mode” for the parallel windows, you can get a seamless user experience while working with the Studio Pro on a Mac.
First thing to do, is to tell your parallel windows to use the Mac as the standard browser:
If you know the IP address of your Parallel Desktop…
…You can use that IP address within the settings of your studio pro:
And whenever you do a run locally from your Studio Pro, it takes you to your default browser on your Mac - which is in my case my Safari – to show your results:
hope this helps :-)