Volt being a reactive web framework can be an ideal choice to run your Ruby Code on the server as well as on the client side. The DOM shows the prompt response on automated basis whenever a user interaction with the page takes place. It is systematically efficient in a way that it only updates the nodes which require change. Data can be stored conveniently on the page, in database or in cookie.
A very cool feature that comes out of the box is Volt’s real-time feature. If you have ever made real-time applications, you know that the process can be challenging. You probably implemented Ajax-polling, websockets, Server-Sent Events (SSE) or even used external services, adding complexity to the application and even incurring additional costs. Unlike other frameworks, Volt framework keeps a connection with the server alive (via websockets), so instead of making Ajax requests for each action, it pushes changes instantly to all clients. No configuration is needed for this to work.