UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 198: Desktop Apps vs Web Apps with Steve McLeod

Published December 04, 2020 by Jane Portman

Portrait of Steve McLeod

What are the main differences between running desktop apps versus web apps? And which of the two comes with less hassle and problems down the line? Our guest today is Steve McLeod, the founder of Feature Upvote and acquirer of Saber Feedback. You’ll hear Steve’s opinion on switching from desktop to web-based apps, the various maintenance and support issues that may arise, the “boring” aspects of running complex software, and how to prevent the stress that often comes with SaaS.

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