Is there a comprehensive calculus or analysis textbook or problem book, written in the last twenty years, that emphasizes the use of Landau notation (big and little oh), especially for making estimates and calculating limits?
This emphasis is lacking in most conventional treatments and standard undergraduate coursework, at least in my experience. (I am in the US.) Yet as so many MSE answers illustrate, it is the way many experts approach elementary problems. I feel I have learned more about the power of this approach by reading answers here at MSE than I have from any book. So I'm curious whether some systematic but elementary treatment does exist that I've just happened to miss. If not, where would you point students looking to develop facility in calculation from this point of view?
EDIT: well, since there have been no answers, I wonder if there is such a book at all, not necessarily written within the last twenty years. I suppose one reference would be Whittaker and Watson's Course of Modern Analysis. Is there something pitched at a slightly more elementary level, that would be suitable to assign to first or second year undergraduates?