It's great that you have got through the installation. I would suggest you start with the "Hello world(example)" project template which shows a simple Rich UI project. Then you may create your own project for more interesting stuff.
"Web 2.0 client application with services" project template is configured with most out of box features. You can write services and programs in the "server" package, Rich UI handlers in the "client" package, and Records in the "common" package.
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Once you create an EGL project using either of the Web 2.0 project templates (or the Hello World template), the Dojo widgets (org.eclipse.edt.rui.dojo) and the Standard widgets and utilities (org.eclipse.edt.rui.widgets) projects should be loaded into your workspace. As you are going through the New EGL Project wizard, you should see a page for Library settings where these projects are listed. (There is no need to separately load the Dojo toolkit into your workspace.)
For more advanced folks -- If you want to use a remote implementation of Dojo, select "0.7.0 (Dojo 1.6.1 Remote)" from the Version column on the Dojo widgets row of the Library list. Note, the remote Dojo requires an Internet connection and a Google API key to be inserted into the /WebContent/config/includeDojo.html file of the org.eclipse.edt.rui.dojo.remote project.
The project's EGL build path (under Properties) will be automatically set to depend on the library projects selected.