I'll admit I haven't done anything in that direction. But that would seem to contradict what WAMP is supposed to do. Pretty sure it supports JS. What do you have that says it doesn't?
It's a webserver, and JS is all over the web. I'm not saying you're wrong/I'm right, I really don't know. I should probably leave this to somebody else.
After googling a bit, there doesn't seem to be any server-side JS with L/WAMP, but wouldn't they still be able to put JS scripts in the source that's sent to the client?
Either way, I learned a bit more. Thank you. I should take this as a nudge to figure out the rest as well.