In order to share your project with the world, you'll need to build it.
Rogue Engine generates a ready-to-deploy web build that you can serve through a web server.
To build your project go to File -> Project Settings. A dialog will pop up where you can set the name of your project, the scenes you wish to load and the build button.
Set a name for your project and drop the scene files in the Scenes list. The first Scene on the list will be your project's initial Scene.
When you're ready press build and wait until the build process is complete. When that happens, the folder with your built project will open automatically.
Your built project will be saved at the root of your project with the name Build_[timestamp].
Built project files
If you look into your built project you'll find an HTML file, the Data folder and the Assets folder.
If your project has any static assets the Assets folder will have your static folder with all it's contents.
This is the file with the execution code for your project.
Running a built project
If you open the index.html directly your project will not work bacause it needs to be served through a web server. This can be something like the Live Server extension of VSCode to run it locally or a proper online web server.
The smoothest and most stable browser to run Three.js projects at the moment is Microsoft Edge.
Keep in mind that Firefox has some performance issues with WebGL.