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Running LESS Mixins Sass Compass JSON Node Mustache and Ember

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Hi,

I have a web farm of Linux and Windows servers. One of the customers asked me, if there is any obstacle to run "...LESS Mixins Sass Compass JSON Node Mustache and Ember..." on my web servers.
Lol...I am a bit confused, because I have never heard of any (except JSON), so I cannot simply answer, oh, yes, I do have Mustache :))

What are these?
And most important questions:
1.) Are those Linux-native, or Windows-native?
2.) What additional SERVICES or options must I add to web server to support those technologies?
3.) Are they resource-hungry?
4.) Are they security-wise critical?
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All these are client-side programing frameworks, which need only PHP, MySQL and that's pretty much all on the server-side.
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I found solution myself
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