jQuery plugin from Han Lin Yap which allows you to write CSS3 without vendor prefixes. This plugin will read through your CSS files and in-document
<style> blocks, find the CSS3 stuff, then append a new
<style> block to your page with the appropriate vendor extensions for the browser you are in.
This solves one of the most common complaints about using CSS3, that is bloats your stylesheet with loads of repetitive properties.
Worked great in my limited testing. I gotta wonder about large sites with loads of CSS though. Is it fast enough to parse it all and get it applied to the page without first rendering the elements without CSS3? like FOUCSS3?