Just to add a couple of chapters in books.

Lectures on Set Theoretic Topology

M. E. Rudin

Softcover ISBN: 978-0-8218-1673-8

Product Code: CBMS/23

(available on Internet archive for 1 hour borrowing

https://archive.org/details/lecturesonsetthe0000rudi/mode/1up?view=theater)

In particular about ccc see:

Chapter III. Souslin Trees and Martin's Axiom

Also

Handbook of set-theoretic topology

Kenneth Kunen, Jerry E. Vaughan, 1984

(I think one could find info about ccc in various chapters, but in particular about cardinal invariants.)

Contents:\ R. Hodel, Cardinal functions. I (pp. 1–61); I. Juhasz, Cardinal functions. II (pp. 63–109); Eric K. van Douwen, The integers and topology (pp. 111–167); Scott W. Williams, Box products (pp. 169–200); Arnold W. Miller, Special subsets of the real line (pp. 201–233); S. Todorcevic, Trees and linearly ordered sets (pp. 235–293); Judy Roitman, Basic S and L (pp. 295–326); U. Abraham and S. Todorcevic, Martin's axiom and first-countable S- and L-spaces (pp. 327–346); Dennis K. Burke, Covering properties (pp. 347–422); Gary Gruenhage, Generalized metric spaces (pp. 423–501); Jan van Mill, An introduction to βω (pp. 503–567); Jerry E. Vaughan, Countably compact and sequentially compact spaces (pp. 569–602); R. M. Stephenson, Jr., Initially κ-compact and related spaces (pp. 603–632); Peter Nyikos, The theory of nonmetrizable manifolds (pp. 633–684); Franklin D. Tall, Normality versus collectionwise normality (pp. 685–732); William G. Fleissner, The normal Moore space conjecture and large cardinals (pp. 733–760); Mary Ellen Rudin, Dowker spaces (pp. 761–780); Teodor C. Przymusinski, Products of normal spaces (pp. 781–826); William Weiss, Versions of Martin's axiom (pp. 827–886); Kenneth Kunen, Random and Cohen reals (pp. 887–911); James E. Baumgartner, Applications of the proper forcing axiom (pp. 913–959); R. J. Gardner and W. F. Pfeffer, Borel measures (pp. 961–1043); S. Negrepontis [ Stelios Negrepontis], Banach spaces and topology (pp. 1045–1142); W. W. Comfort, Topological groups (pp. 1143–1263).

General Topology, has a hint. $\endgroup$