Why jsConnect? We like the sound of proxyconnect
Given the following statements:
"We no longer recommend using this [proxyconnect] plugin. Instead, use our jsConnect plugin."
"[jsConnect is] An SSO plugin that uses json(p) to connect to vanilla, allowing for cross-domain sso."
I would like to know if the reason we're recommended to choose jsConnect is simply owing to the cross-domain sso advantage?