bridge library on node.js

Is it possible to port the bridge library made on python to javascript? Has anyone done this?

I want to do a node.js server and transfer data to arduino using bridge.put, bridge.get and that stuff.

Full-stack Node.js is just too much for the Yun (AR9331/64MB), and that all that can be done are only very simple scripts.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9613528/node-js-with-v8-suitable-for-limited-memory-device

The new wifiSoC supports far more RAM than Yun. waiting for Yun II?

Make Full-stack Node.js smooth running 128 MB RAM is needed.

I guess I'll just call python scripts from node server to pass data to bridge.

Edit: I'd better stick to python and bottle web framework

Plan B:

The Programming Language Lua, it has far less foot print and runs faster than Python.

Plan C:

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