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Thank you for taking the time to reply.

1) Most languages have access to very good javascript engine (almost always free and open source). 
In java it is built-in, and it took only a few lines of code.
In C++/Dart/Python/Swift/C#/Go... its even easier, typically:  engine.eval(theJSscript)

2) Security, I'm no expert either. I guess that "...if malicious code could be injected into the server", 
then it could be injected into the browser as well.

I have setup a github repository with my test json server at:

    https://github.com/workingDog/mikan

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