If you've ever had to work wtih CSS3, you know how annoying it can be. Remembering what browser supports what can be painful and time consuming. Luckily, there are some great CSS3 generators out there to save us a headache or two. The following are a few CSS3 generators for you to play with and bookmark for the next time you're working with CSS3.
CSS3Generator.com is my favorite because of its easy to use design. It employs a nice, easy to use interface. The drop down spans most of the screen, and the preview area is well thought out. This one, I hope, is your favorite.
In addtion to the preceding tool, CSS3Please.com is pretty easy to use, with a very creative interface. The interface resembles an actual stylesheet file, so it should be easy for you to use it as you may. All you need to do when you're done is copy the page and paste it into your stylesheet.
Westciv.com offers an assortment of tools for you to use as well. They offer: transforms, gradients, shadows, and text stroke. The only problem with this site is that it's not easy to use. You're given a lot of power, but at first glance, you're going to be confused. If you have some time to figure it out, go for it.
Now don't be shy, try out the preceding tools and save yourself some time.