The Aoe_TemplateHints module offers advanced template hints including all blocks (not only those extending Mage_Core_Block_Template) and adding plenty of useful information that will help you while developing and debugging your Magento store.
The Force Login Module for Magento® 2 allows you to restrict which pages a visitor is able to see. Visitors get redirected to the login page if the page is not marked visitable. The Force Login Module for Magento® 2 is especially useful for merchants serving only a specific group of users, e.g. enterprise related business partners and need to ensure that only those users are able to browse the the website or the product catalog.
Hired by Magento Inc to build the responsive email framework for core Magento 2.
Simple M2 module that allows users to communicate with you through whatsapp from your site.
Although the module is very simple, it has several configuration options that make it flexible for a quick implementation or as a basis for a more complex development.
This small module is a bridge, that allows you to integrate any PSR-6 compatible library into your Magento 2.0 project.
As well it is more convenient to use PSR-6 based cache pool than creating your custom cache type for a Magento module.
Transforms recursive layout XML files into simple one level PHP code, that can be cached by opcode cache.
Live templates for PHP Storm to help speed up development time.
This plugin for netz98 magerun2 allows to list all available API endpoints of your M2 installation.
Equip your store with a powerful Order Refund Reason system. Create numerous custom Order Refund Reasons. And find out what are the reasons for product refund
FME Magento Store Locator extension by FME enables you to display physical locations in your website on a separate store finder page empowered with Google Map. Display all the physical locations, service centers, stores, etc. on the store locator page along with complete address, product slider, and search filters. You can not only highlight the store locations via Google Map but customers can also get the shortest path towards the desired store using the “Get Directions” button.