The fact that CSS3 still isn’t official yet and might not be any sooner than 2018(?) hasn’t stopped most of us developing sites of actually using CSS3. Now, unfortunately CSS3 is interpreted differently from browser to browser. The only major browser not supporting CSS3 at all is IE8.
So, for those of you wanting to experiment with CSS3 but find it difficult or tedious to keep up which code to use so all proper browsers actually display the code there is a solution: CSS3 Generator. I used to visit the CSS snippets section on CSS Tricks, but CSS3 Generator has been as close to a one-stop-shop as possible.
CSS3 Generator lets you choose your desired effect through an intuitive interface but it doesn’t stop there. It also shows how the css code snippet is actually going to look and which browsers support it.
On a side note, Jean-Baptiste Jung recently created a nice overview overview how to mimic some of those CSS3 properties in Internet Explorer.