Choose the menu item File->New Project … to start the application wizard. Read the first page carefully. Click on Next to proceed.
Select the type of application you want to create in the second page. Click on Next to proceed.
On the third page, enter all the necessary details for your project. You cannot change these settings later. No white spaces or any non-alphanumeric characters, except underscore (_) and dash (-), are allowed in any of the entry boxes in this page (except the Author text box). You should also select the Programming language which should be used for the initial project generation. Only C and C++ are supported at the moment. Finally, click on Next to proceed.
Enter a short description of your project on the fourth page. Click on Next to proceed.
On the fifth page, specify whether your project will have internationalization support using gettext (read the gettext info page for more details). This gives your project multilingual support for different regional languages such as English, French, Dutch etc.. The rest of the options are for setting whether the GNU copyright statement should appear in the comments at the top of each file, and enabling GNOME desktop menu information if necessary. Click on Next to proceed.
The final step is to verify the information you have just supplied. Click on Finish to start generating the project.
Once project generation is over, you can try it out by building the project and executing it.