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About Mini Program

Positioned at the cutting edge of application technology, the Mini Program captures a new approach to app creation. This document primarily delves into the contrasting facets of Mini Program development relative to the traditional methodology of web projects. (Throughout this narrative, we will utilize the acronym 'MP' to denote the Mini Program)

Differentiating MP Development from Traditional Web Development#

While the structure of MP development follows in the footsteps of web development—utilizing JavaScript for creation, deploying CSS for styling, and eventually HTML for rendering—it introduces a novel twist. The JavaScript code within MP operates in an autonomous environment named the "Logic Layer", exclusive to each respective MP.

In conventional web development, the JavaScript and rendering threads within each page function in separate domains. Conversely, within the MP, each JavaScript operating process and the rendering process (view layer) enjoy autonomy—the rendering and updating of views doesn't deter the simultaneous progression of JavaScript, and likewise, JavaScript's logic execution doesn't interfere with the rendering and updates of the view. This foregrounds the primary point of focus: JavaScript-driven view updates are inherently asynchronous, and JavaScript cannot directly access the view's DOM.


Web developers primarily engage with IE/Chrome/QQ browsers on PCs, and navigate Safari/Chrome browsers and assorted WebViews on iOS or Android systems feature on mobile devices. In stark contrast, MP developers work directly with Binance App on iOS, Android, and Binance DevTools.

Experience the Mini Program Firsthand#

Following the installation of the Binance app, you can access the mini-program by simply scanning the provided QR code.