EDIT: CSS3Machine is now available on the App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/css3machine/id388838727?mt=8 My first iPad app is nearly done. It's called CSS3Machine, it creates CSS3 stylesheets and builds CSS3Animations. I'm looking for a few beta testers, if anyone's interested, you can sign up at the address below. I've attached a bit of marketing copy, and you can see a brief video at CSS3Machine.com. Thanks to all for your time. Get on the cutting edge CSS3 Machine can create complex CSS3 effects such as gradients and 3D transforms in seconds. It exports clean, optimized declarations that work beautifully in forward-thinking browsers and fail gracefully in, well, you know. But it's more than a pretty, easy-to use CSS3 Generator: CSS3 Machine also builds WebKit animations, generates previews of each keyframe, and even lets you fine-tune an animation as it plays. CSS3Machine can create stylesheets that include draft CSS3 properties such as the following: Border Radius Box Reflect (WebKit Only) Box Shadow Linear Gradients Radial Gradients Text Shadow Text Stroke 2D Transforms - Rotate - Scale - Skew - Translate 3D Transforms - Rotate 3D - Scale 3D - Translate 3D - Transform Origin - Keyframe Animations (WebKit only) CSS3Machine isnt just a CSS3 Generator There are already CSS3 Generators on the web. Some of them are fairly usable. But they all lack a few key things; they dont give live previews of what youre generating in a meaningful context, they dont save your work, theyre not pretty, and theyre not any damned fun. CSS3Machine checks those boxes, then takes it further. Webkits Keyframe animations are powerful and flexible (and hardware-accelerated on iOS devices), and CSS3Machine brings them to life. With live previews of each keyframe and the ability to tweak the animation even as it plays, CSS3 Machine makes it simple to experiment with the cutting edge of web design. CSS3Machine can store all the stylesheets youre using for your current projects, as well as custom HTML templates. When youre ready to use the CSS3 you created, well, that's a chinch, too. Just hit http://your-ipad's-name.local to connect your browser to CSS3Machine over wifi and youll see the full set of declarations youre working on in CSS3Machine, ready to do with what you will. CSS3Machine for iPad will be available soon. If you're interested in joining the beta, you can sign up at http://css3machine.com, or follow @css3machine for updates.