Some time ago I implemented the restricted and unrestricted Hartree-Fock methods. I had a lot of fun and I learned a lot. It goes without saying that Szabo and Ostlund's book "Modern Quantum Chemistry" has been fundamental to achieve a working code.
I would like to repeat the experience implementing a DFT code. I would like to implement it for atoms with all-electron non-relativistic calculations (scalar relativistic calculation will maybe be an interesting extension as well as the generation of norm-conserving pseudopotentials). Unfortunately I did't came across a "DFT bible" such as Szabo and Ostlund's book.
Does anybody knows good references (at the same level of Szabo and Ostlund's for in-depth discussion of the practical implementation) for the practical implementation of DFT for atoms (radial SE, logarithmic grids, different functionals, ...)?
Note that I am not searching a general DFT introduction or an explanation of real PW+NCPP implementations.
This question is similar to this one but I don't think it is a duplicate. In the previous question I was asking about a book explaining the implementation details of DFT for periodic systems. DFT applied to periodic systems usually involves a PW basis set as well as pseudopotentials and FFTs. This corresponds to a simplified version of the PWSCF code of QuantumESPRESSO.
In this question I am asking for the references that will help me to write of an atomic code, i.e. no basis set expansion and no pseudopotentials (all-electron calculation, logarithmic grid, ...). This corresponds more and less to the atomic code of QuantumESPRESSO which is usually used to generate pseudopotentials.