U mean mine is bad, or not good enough? Have you tried & did not like it? Or too difficult to integrate with your theme?
So many questions.
Maybe he doesn't like the fact that the shortcodes are outside the page. I know that this kpet me from using it..
@the guy with the green leaf avatar .. i am sorry for flagging your post.. I did it by mistake but on your question, i have a theory about this.. Either they copy the code from one and other(PHP is GPL so one would just have to replace JS and CSS), either they are following the same routine(i am building my own CC now, and it will work like the others that you see on here)..
@SyamilMJ - I am talking noob, I am no WP geek at this point, I still do Joomla big time. I felt people somehow don't want to stick with it, perhaps they want some alternatives or maybe your licensing is not perfectly suitable. Some could perhaps have problems understanding documentation (from my experience people would rather die than read it). My personal problem mostly is this: I want to do it myself but how can I do it without a proper documentation on how it was built and how it works.
Ruben here is an example developer who used your builder to learn and develop his own and I believe that is the main trend in the market. I would do the same. With other words your code shows limited possibility at the first sight, I would suggest to do some research on what's best to have so that it would satisfy the needs of a larger amount of developers / site owners because let's face it any code has it's flaws of design (usability, flexibility).
Let's put it this way: why not making a tutorial on how to build it, I think this will make people like it and actually use it because they could understand how to customize it and make it better for a real production site. I think I may do the same, I have a ton of custom work for WP already but nothing seems suitable with your builder in my eyes. How can I merge my work with yours?