"Just become a developer bro"
Some might see this as dismissive, but I ask you why do 3D artists get tools where they can utilize generative geometry and scriptability only using graphical UIs instead of being forced to learn React just because it makes engineer lives easier?
Demand better and realize a lot of this is just a push to get designers to work on menial engineering tasks because designers are cheaper than engineers.
I like Framer but I'm still using the classic version because i don't want to lear React. I'm ok using js for Classic but not too much the last trendy framework.
Some of the last design apps are forcing designers to move closer (too much) to engineers, have you tried Abstract? I like it but it's imposing front-end mindset with git to designers and this don't work all the time.
Should designers learn React? Angular? how to code? Should designers have breakfast? Should they use their spare time on doing re-designs for non-profits or Spotify?