Jscript.net is very good if you can upgrade the stack from classic to asp.net.
Its written off ecma script 4 for so you have an import command for using modules that fits with the rest of .net
Its also very well optimized, so its fast within the memory hog that is microsoft software.
Node.js can also work under IIS using fast cgi
Or v8cgi and a host of other spidermonkey cgi implementations.
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Spent part of last week dusting off some asp code I didn't write to make
ajax form submission handlers. The though occurred to me that you can
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