Sure you may. I have some components which I can combine - those are writen in C#. That is data/business layer.
It is needed some renderer to "transform" data (like System.Collection.Generic.List<Article>) into response/html. I know there is asp.net/webforms in .NET, but html coders don't know asp.net. So I thought how to simplify. I'm using XSLT compiling and
reusing assemblies, but JS could be faster to write scripts and easier to use. JS could be faster to execute too.
That is my goal. I understand it's little different than yours.
If you look at my code - let me know if you will implement some parts into Jurassic, please.