07-29-2013 01:44 PM
However, you could build your own custom WebWorks extension. To do so, you would need to
1) Follow the instructions in our template in Github for writing your own extension.
2) Expose methods from the Native C/C++ libclipboard API to your extension API.
3) Install your custom extension in the WebWorks SDK
4) Modify your config.xml and project to use your extension.
Good luck. If you do end up building something that works, please consider contributing it to the WebWorks-Community-APIs repo in Github.