By default, MODX supports one to many authors / editors contributing content to a website (i.e. a blog, corporate site, etc.) that acts as a hub for that content.
In contrast to this default set-up, is MODX is a good choice for supporting a subscription-based model, whereby subscribers access private data that is unique to them, utilizing site features available to all users, while the site is maintained and / or progressively enhanced as a single instance?
As a simple clarification, consider a website that provides financial budgeting tools. It exists as a single instance accessed by all users, thereby simplifying maintenance, progressive enhancements, etc. for the site owners, while allowing subscribers to store and access private data in order to utilize the site’s feature set.
In broad strokes (I don’t need detailed specifics), is this possible with MODX and if so, what would be involved?
P.S. I’m aware that content can be stored via media source using static TVs, but this will not adequately support the above example scenario.
P.S.S. Apologies for not having a more succinct way to describe the need - hopefully the example is clear, and also serves a clear contrast to how MODX is set up ‘out of the box’.