So as the question suggests, I am looking for a reference on homological algebra. I am aware of the a lot of the standard texts available, and they have been very helpful for me getting familiar with the concepts. However, I was looking for someone with a particular perspective. I am in the process of learning the homological algebra as it pertains to algebraic geometry. I am starting to realize that there are some technical gaps in my background that I wanted to fill.
What I am really looking for is a book/article/lectures that develops homological algebra from the simplest possible setting and gradually generalizes. What I had in mind was something that starts with the category of abelian groups and develops the homological algebra there, then moves to the category of, say, modules over a PID, then moves, say, to modules over a general ring, and finally (this may be too much to ask) homological algebra in a Grothendieck category. Is there any such text available?
I've also tagged it as a soft question since I am looking for suggestions as to whether people think such an approach would even be fruitful or helpful at all?