Building a generic OAuth 2.0 client with the AppAuth SDK for iOS.
Handling authentication session life cycle notification in AM.
Using AM to auto-provision an authentication tree.
Instructions for demonstrating a single-page app with OIDC-based SSO.
Instructions for demonstrating an OAuth 2.0 implicit grant in a web app.
Instructions for demonstrating an OAuth 2.0 authorization code grant in a Vert.x App.
AM acts as an autorization server (AS) and Apigee is a Resource Server (RS).
All tokens are issued by AM. It doesn't matter which OAuth2 grant was used to issue token. However if you decide to use either client credentials or resource owner password grants, Apigee offers quite easy way of integrating those flows. Example of such integration can be found in Wayne's blog.
If you decide to use either authorization code or implicit grants, it is easier to issue token directly at external AS and just use the token to protect APIs at RS. If it is required to pass all requests through Apigee, then I suggest to proxy autorization and token endpoint to AS without trying to use any Apigee flows.
Creating a seamless session experience with OIDC