TestStudio will support Keyword Driven technology. But, first you need add (record) "Keywords" (say "Elements" in Telerik). Then there is an option to add scripts called "Script Test". With "Script Test" you can do custom work.
I hope this helps.
answered on 23 Sep 2014, 07:25 PM
It depends what you think of as being "Keyword driven framework". Madhu is correct in stating you can create your own coded steps. In these coded steps you are doing true programming, which is sort of like using a "Keyword driven framework".
It's not the same as compared to something like QTP. We think it's better because you're not limited to using only what the framework supplies. Instead you have all the power of using a full fledged programming language (C# or VB.NET) combined with Test Studio's API and our element repository which can all be used in your coded steps.
You can still use our record and playback ability and add your coded steps only when necessary. We're a firm believer in the less code the better, though we admit most thorough testing projects will require some code to supplement our non-coded test steps. It's been our experience that the more code you have the higher your test maintenance costs become.