Magento Extensions

Our handy extensions help both you as a merchant and as a developer. Reliable and stable code, following proper coding standards.

You'll benefit from our work

  • Excellent support
  • No license restrictions
  • Our code just works. No hassles.

We continuously enhance

  • Magento coding standards (PSR, EQP, ExtDN)
  • Code checks, unit tests, integration tests
  • Regular updates and fixes

We help you build quality Magento shops

Yireo provides you with extensions that work

For almost 10 years, Yireo has developed extensions for Magento 1 and now also Magento 2. Extensions are not just dumped on the site, but instead, thorough documentation is created and each extension has its own support channel to make sure usage is straight-forward. We love Magento, we love building Magento extensions and we love to give you the right tools to enhance your shop.

We supply your toolbox

with extensions you can trust


Our free extensions are hosted on the GitHub accounts yireo and yireo-training and are open for Pull Requests.


Our commercial extensions are hosted on a private GitLab instance. You have composer access as a benefit.

You get a support subscription that is open and honest

Transparent and without hassles

We offer some top-notch commercial extensions through paid subscriptions. Our subscription model is always the same: The extensions are open source and free of any restrictions (domains, instances). Updates are available to you as long as your support subscription lasts. Once the subscription expires, nothing changes on your site. Only support and updates will no longer be available.

Mutual benefits

This friendly subscription model allows you to use and apply our software in any way you see fit, while we are able to make a living. It works for both parties. Additionally, we are happy to make any fixes in the software, so that everybody benefits. The support you get is professional and adequate.

We are a proud member of ExtDN

ExtDN forms a network of Magento extension developers, that strive for a better extension quality - both on a technical level and from an end-users point of view. With industry leaders like Fooman and aHeadworks, ExtDN lifts up the Magento extension space to a new level. And Yireo is proud to be part of this.

Our history with extensions

In 2008, we developed our first extension to share with the world: A Joomla 1.5 component, SimpleLists, which became popular because of its CCK-like behaviour without fluff.

MageBridge extension suite

In 2009, we released MageBridge, a bridge solution between Joomla and Magento, including more than 70 extensions. It formed our main business for many years.

Taking the developer route

From 2013 onwards, our passion was oriented more towards developers. Dozens of Magento 1 extensions were created to help developers do their job, instead of focusing on merchants.

Magento 2 determines the future

Since Magento 2 came out, we really shifted towards a new market: Yireo is now focusing mainly on developers, providing them with technical trainings, consultancy and events. And this is also reflecting in the Magento 2 extensions that we offer: There are a couple of main extensions like EmailTester2, but also dozens of small utility extensions that come in handy.

No more Joomla

With pain in our heart, we say goodbye to the Joomla community. Yireo has its roots in Joomla. However, throughout the years, we have drifted away to more in-depth Magento programming.

Yireo takes a different route

We have come to a point that we no longer use Joomla for sites ourselves, our business is no longer based on Joomla and technically we have taken a different route.

Thanks, Joomla, for your innovations

We'd like to thank Joomla for its innovation and the chances it has offered us: Joomla 1.5 was the first open source CMS to add MVC to its architecture, it was leading in the areas of ACLs and node-based menu systems.

Joomla 4 is to be taken seriously

While we say that Joomla is no longer for us, it doesn't mean Joomla is dead to us: Joomla 4 is on the rise, it embraces modern concepts like CQRS and hexagonal design. It is still there to be taken seriously and not to be underestimated.