You can't do it through FedEx. They use SOAP/XML for their endpoints with absolutely no client libraries or documentation to support you, but you can use Easypost to connect to FedEx today using PHP.
$to_address = \EasyPost\Address::create(...) $from_address = \EasyPost\Address::create(...) $parcel = \EasyPost\Parcel::create(array( 'predefined_package' => 'Parcel' 'weight' => 28 )); $shipment = \EasyPost\Shipment::create(array( 'to_address' => $to_address 'from_address' => $from_address, 'parcel' => $parcel )); $shipment->buy(array('rate' => $shipment->lowest_rate()));
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