This document will introduce how to use Mini Program Management Platform （MPP） to manage your apps.
Once we have finished developing the code, we need to use the MPP to publish our mini program. MPP will manage all the mini program apps published online, and only through the upload, review and publication of MPP, users can get your mini program through Binance App. The process of using MPP is shown in the figure below:
You can login MPP from https://developers.binance.com/en/mpp
Users need to log in to the platform via their Binance Account.
Note: The platform is not yet open to the public, and only some users can access the platform after vetting.
Workspace is the developer's account. A Workspace can have multiple Applications, each with its own independent version and appId.
A user can belong to multiple Workspace, and users can select their own workspace through the drop-down menu
If users doesn't belong to any Workspace, then they will be redirect to the onborading page to fill in business related information. Later on Binance team will contact users through information provided by users in order to create their Workspace Account.
Application is the basic unit of Mini Program distribution. Each Application has its own AppId, its own administrative privileges and version list.
The Owner or Editor under Developer can list or create an Application.
In the index of the Application, we can see the information of the current App.
To publish a new Application, we first need to create a bundle file using CLI
It will create mini-program files in your folder. Then we upload them with Binance Devtools.
After uploading a new version, we can manage it in Version Management.
Develop table maintains all the historical versions, and once this version is submited before, it cannot be deleted anymore.
For a new version, it would be on Develop table. At this point Developer of the Application can submit the version for review.
Once the commit is complete, the release will go into Review status. The auditor from Binance will review this version.
Once the version is approved by the auditor, its state will be approved. The approved Version can be released online with a gray way by the Application's Developer. Please refer the gray Gray Release
The Version can be rolled back to a previous version after going online.
All the domains, which are used in the mini program api, like
websocket, should be added to the
Service Domain list. all the domains, which can be open in the
<WebView /> components, should be added to the
Business Domain list.
Already live applications can get access to the Mini Program via the QRCode button in the Version Management panel. Users can access the Mini Program from the Binance App by scanning the QRCode.