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Shoud the user be able to manipulate a list before it is fully populated?

How frustrating would it be to manipulate something that is still changing? I think the answer is "very." There is something called "moment of interactivity" and it can be progressive on a page. If ...
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Shoud the user be able to manipulate a list before it is fully populated?

Since this only occurs once at startup and users are accustomed to programs loading, Option 1 makes more sense. Could you have this information load with the program and extend the splash screen ...
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After how many second staying on splash screen does a user give up on using the app?

Norman-Nielsen suggest 3 orders of magnitude in responsiveness: 0.1 second: Limit for users feeling that they are directly manipulating objects in the UI. For example, this is the limit from the ...
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Best approach for managing country selection in e-commerce shop-front

TL;DR: Combination of both - choose a default, and inform users what happened. I'd suggest a notification along the top of the page, which is dismissed on user action, or when user navigates to next ...
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The ideal Splash Screen for mobile applications should be animated or static?

When in doubt, do user testing! Prepare both versions, at least in mock up, and let the users run through it multiple times. Since part of the concern is that users will be annoyed having to watch the ...
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Best approach for managing country selection in e-commerce shop-front

Both your solutions are valid, but my guess you're asking this question is that you lack the insight on will they know under which currency and country they want to browse under from the beginning and/...
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After how many second staying on splash screen does a user give up on using the app?

I agree with @DesignerAnalyst and the reference of NN Groups article on Response time is one of the best references for this. Apart from that, Viktor, you could utilise this time to show details ...
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After how many second staying on splash screen does a user give up on using the app?

I think the answer you are looking for is 10 seconds. The following extract is from the article Response Times: The 3 Important Limits by Jakob Nielsen 10 seconds is about the limit for keeping ...
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splash page - put a redirect to home CTA? or rely on the site navigation?

Always have a CTA May it be the end of a form, final page of a navigation tree, an internal 404 error page or a unavailability page like yours, it is always suggested to have a direct CTA to help the ...
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