Provides table rate shipping calculator.



Table Rate Shipping Plugin


This plugin allows to define shipping rates using weight tables.

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  1. Run composer require --no-scripts webgriffe/sylius-table-rate-shipping-plugin.

  2. Add the plugin to the config/bundles.php file:

    Webgriffe\SyliusTableRateShippingPlugin\WebgriffeSyliusTableRateShippingPlugin::class => ['all' => true],
  3. Add the plugin's config to by creating the file config/packages/webgriffe_sylius_table_rate_shipping_plugin.yaml with the following content:

        - { resource: "@WebgriffeSyliusTableRateShippingPlugin/Resources/config/config.yml" }
  4. Add the plugin's routing by creating the file config/routes/webgriffe_sylius_table_rate_shipping_plugin.yaml with the following content:

      resource: "@WebgriffeSyliusTableRateShippingPlugin/Resources/config/shop_routing.yml"
      prefix: /{_locale}
        _locale: ^[A-Za-z]{2,4}(_([A-Za-z]{4}|[0-9]{3}))?(_([A-Za-z]{2}|[0-9]{3}))?$
      resource: "@WebgriffeSyliusTableRateShippingPlugin/Resources/config/admin_routing.yml"
      prefix: /%sylius_admin.path_name%
  5. Finish the installation by updating the database schema and installing assets:

    bin/console cache:clear
    bin/console doctrine:migrations:diff
    bin/console doctrine:migrations:migrate
    bin/console assets:install
    bin/console sylius:theme:assets:install


To contribute you need to:

  1. Clone this repository into you development environment and go to the plugin's root directory,

  2. Then, from the plugin's root directory, run the following commands:

    composer install
  3. Copy tests/Application/.env in tests/Application/.env.local and set configuration specific for your development environment.

  4. Then, from the plugin's root directory, run the following commands:

    (cd tests/Application && yarn install)
    (cd tests/Application && yarn build)
    (cd tests/Application && bin/console assets:install public)
    (cd tests/Application && bin/console doctrine:database:create)
    (cd tests/Application && bin/console doctrine:schema:create)
    (cd tests/Application && bin/console sylius:fixtures:load)
    (cd tests/Application && symfony server:start -d) # Requires Symfony CLI (https://symfony.com/download)
  5. Now at http://localhost:8080/ you have a full Sylius testing application which runs the plugin


After your changes you must ensure that the tests are still passing.

First setup your test database:

(cd tests/Application && bin/console -e test doctrine:database:create)
(cd tests/Application && bin/console -e test doctrine:schema:create)

This plugin's test application already comes with a test configuration that uses SQLite as test database. If you don't want this you can create a tests/Application/.env.test.local with a different DATABASE_URL.

The current CI suite runs the following tests:

  • Easy Coding Standard

    vendor/bin/ecs check src/ tests/Behat/
  • PHPStan

    vendor/bin/phpstan analyse -c phpstan.neon -l max src/
  • PHPUnit

  • PHPSpec

    vendor/bin/phpspec run
  • Behat (without Javascript)

    vendor/bin/behat --tags="~@javascript"
  • Behat (only Javascript)

    vendor/bin/behat --tags="@javascript"

To run them all with a single command run:

composer suite

To run Behat's Javascript scenarios you need to setup Selenium and Chromedriver. Do the following:

  1. Start Headless Chrome:

    google-chrome-stable --enable-automation --disable-background-networking --no-default-browser-check --no-first-run --disable-popup-blocking --disable-default-apps --allow-insecure-localhost --disable-translate --disable-extensions --no-sandbox --enable-features=Metal --headless --remote-debugging-port=9222 --window-size=2880,1800 --proxy-server='direct://' --proxy-bypass-list='*'
  2. Install SSL certificates (only once needed) and run test application's webserver on

    symfony server:ca:install
    APP_ENV=test symfony server:start --port=8080 --dir=tests/Application/public --daemon


This library is under the MIT license. See the complete license in the LICENSE file.


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