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Please be aware that JAI is no longer actively developed or even maintained for years now. If you run into trouble, it won't ever get fixed. That may also be the reason why your internet searches (which you did do right?) are not turning up so much, I wouldn't use this API myself anymore given its zombie status.1 person found this helpful
I did find this when searching for "jai tutorial":
Probably plenty of those links are broken now.
Do you know there are any applications I can learn and use beside Java Advanced Image ?
Applications? Perhaps you mean APIs or frameworks.
Not really anything to replace JAI, unless you want basic access to pixels - then the ImageIO and BufferedImage classes built into the JDK are enough. For anything else it will depend on what you want to do. JavaCV seems promising:
For anything else, do a search for "java jai alternative". That's how I got to this link at least.
Thank you very much.