With mobile access and tablets, cross-platform media compatibility has become one of the most important features for new web technologies. With Adobe Flash not being supported on iOS and HTML5 not being native to earlier versions of Internet Explorer, the jCS Media Library has arrived just in time.
The developers of jCSML originally created the library to streamline the development
of Flash-like web animations in a way that their clientele could access easily. The problem being that the majority of their corporate client base still uses IE 7 and 8 and jQuery does not natively support Z-axis rotation or Opacity animation on .PNG files with the older browsers.
The other day I was referring to the best practices on using angularJS in Restful service, and I found this blog very informative. This could help the new starter of AngularJS in using $resource service.Source