Add-ons

Modules that require jQuery for the Control Panel, run on ExpressionEngine 1, run on ExpressionEngine 2, are compatible with Matrix, are Editors Picks and are sorted by Entry Date.

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Editor's Pick
Each month the devot:ee staff picks an add-on that's especially well thought out, well built, and useful. They're add-ons that we love and think you will too!

Google Maps for ExpressionEngine was chosen in July 2014.
Google Maps for ExpressionEngine

Objective HTML

ExpressionEngine 2

Google Maps for ExpressionEngine enables users to easily harness the power of the Google Maps API without spending a lot of time or money on the task. Getting the user experience and technical integration inline with your needs (or the client's) in the allotted time is very difficult. For less than a single hour of billable time, you and your clients can start working with Google Maps and gain an infinite amount possibilities.

Added April 25, 2011.

Editor's Pick
Each month the devot:ee staff picks an add-on that's especially well thought out, well built, and useful. They're add-ons that we love and think you will too!

Zenbu was chosen in September 2012.
Zenbu 1.9.4.3 - $70.00

Nicolas Bottari

ExpressionEngine 2

Zenbu is a powerful and customizable entry list manager and replacement to EE's "Edit Channel Entries" section which enables you to see more entry data, such as categories, last author, data stored in custom fields, and much more. Zenbu also has many entry searching and filtering options.

Added February 2, 2011.

Editor's Pick
Each month the devot:ee staff picks an add-on that's especially well thought out, well built, and useful. They're add-ons that we love and think you will too!

Low Variables was chosen in November 2012.
Low Variables

Tom Jaeger (EE Harbor)

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3, ExpressionEngine 4, ExpressionEngine 5, ExpressionEngine 6

Low Variables lets you manage Global Variables and Snippets in one place. It comes with a plethora of useful features like saving variables as files; labeling, grouping and sorting variables; hiding variables from content editors; and best of all: variable types.

Added December 17, 2009.

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