All it needs to function is a RESTful resource to contact and a compliant response class (see superclass bbop-rest-response. With this and a single change in a single line in your code, you can run it on the server in Node, on a web client, or as a script.
(With a small amount of work, we could make this autodetect as well so no changes would be needed; we could also port this to Rhino or PurpleJS.)
For solid examples of what this does, please see the unit tests, starting with core.tests.js.
This is the "new" base (superclass) version of the manager for BBOP systems.