Why Use Drash?Drash is designed to help you build your projects quickly with the ability to scale. You can build an API, a web app, an SPA (like the documentation pages), or even a static HTML site. How you use Drash is up to you, so it can be everything you need and nothing you don't — like a DRASH tent.Drash takes concepts from the following:Flask — being micro and extensibleLaravel — use of similarly styled middlewareTonic — use of resourcesRESTful principles — content negotiation, HTTP verbs, URIs, etc.Thrown into the mix is Drash's own concepts such as:Documentation-driven developmentTest-driven developmentLowering barriers to usageDrash does not force you to use all of its code. You can pick and choose which data members you want/need and use them however you deem fit. For example, Drash comes with a console logger and a file logger. If you only want these, then you only import these into your non-Drash project. How you use it is really up to you.