Addon Control Mods
In Game AddOn Manager,
User friendly layout,
Profiles Save/Load (Account), RightButton click the checkbox of the addon to lockdown, Extremely lightweight.
AddonLoader is an addon that loads other addons automatically, as and when they are needed, which speeds up the logon process.
Note that addons need to be aware of AddonLoader for this to work; if you see "X-LoadOn-..." tags in their .toc files, they are!
A small addon designed to mirror the functionality of the login screen "Addons" button in-game. It's designed to fit inside the config GUI introduced in patch 2.4. Amp lets you quickly enable and disable addons, reload the UI, and load LoadOnDemand addons.
WoWInterface, Curse, github
LoadIT was designed to allow in-game management of your addons. Using LoadIT, you can enable, disable, and load addons during gameplay. You can create profiles of addons, and switch between these profiles on-the-fly. I designed LoadIT, because I have sets of addons that I use for instances like Molten Core, Blackwing Lair, and Onyxia's Lair, but I don't care to have many of them loaded while I'm in battlegrounds, due to the amount of lag some addons create during PVP.
stAddonManager is a very simplistic addon that allows you to enable and disable addons without having
to log out. It has a search function for added convenience in finding a specific addon. To toggle the window, use any of the three slash commands (/stam, /staddonmanager, /staddon) or press escape and press the stAddonManager button in the Game Menu..
This mod is like an 'outfitter' of mods. Type a title and click new profile, select what addons you want to load with this profile, and whenever you click load profile the checked profile will load those, and only those, addons.