Thanks for the kind words Mudit.
We made a conscious decision to go with iOS specific terminology and Flow output for that exact reason. Rather than just trying to make it easy for designers, we wanted to bring them closer to the development process. It’s going to be a slight learning curve for designers who are unfamiliar with those iOS constructs, but we think that seeing their designs take shape from tweaking a bunch of settings in Silver will help them learn much faster.
I’m glad you see it the same way, too!
Additionally, this also gives us the opportunity to build an Android-specific design mode in the future which might use different terminology and constructs, allowing iOS designers to get familiar with the Android world and vice-versa. We haves some ambitious plans, and it’ll be fun to see how it all works out.