CSS3 toolkit

I have been playing with Alex Morris’ new mac app CSS3 Toolkit. Its a simple little app that allows you to create complex decorative CSS3 styles visually.

Currently CSS3 Toolkit supports:

  • Border Radius
  • Gradients
  • Box Shadow
  • Inner Shadow
  • Text Shadow

CSS3 Toolkit

It does exactly what it says on the tin and is nicely put together. The only thing I would say is that there are online tools which do the same thing and don’t cost £9.99. That said, for those of us working with CSS gradients, shadows, etc. regularly, having a native app instantly on hand may justify the cost.

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