New Tool, CSSPrefixer, Simplifies Stylesheets
Using the features of CSS3 isn't as easy as it would seem, and browser prefixing adds even more complexity to the mix. Enter CSSPrefixer, a Python-based CSS processor that takes care of the dirty work for you.
CSSPrefixer takes CSS3 declarations and adds the browser prefixes that are necessary for a stylesheet. All a developer needs to do is to write the actual CSS3 rule--the tool does all the hard work for you. It can also compress the style sheet for you to save bandwidth, if you wish.
Because CSSPrefixer itself is written in the Python programming language, it can also be run from the shell, the Python prompt or from within other Python frameworks through the use of the webassets project.